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AE For the Capital City Weekly It's a bit embarrassing to admit that after 16 months in Latin America, I'm still thoroughly confused by the Spanish language. I cannot speak, hear, or even read Spanish fluently. Not even close. I've put a decent amount of effort into studying the language and seeking out practice along the way, but apparently it hasn't been enough.

Spanish isn't Spanish when it's Spanish

Kanaan Bausler eats seafood at the house of Xavier in Ancud, on Chiloe Island with new Chilean friends, as one of them (Daniella) weaves a traditional-style tapestry to sell.
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Kanaan Bausler eats seafood at the house of Xavier in Ancud, on Chiloe Island with new Chilean friends, as one of them (Daniella) weaves a traditional-style tapestry to sell.
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