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heading to argentina for 6 weeks in a month. currently looking at a route buenos aires-bariloche-bahia blanca- about 2 1/2 to 3 weeks of patagonia and tierra del fuego, then heading back north (maybe go through chile for a bit?)-mendoza-catamarca-cordoba-(maybe) rosario-buenos aires (monteviedo?)
Any recommendations on what to add/drop?
(Catamarca and Cordoba can't be dropped) If it's a little out off my way (lets say up to 500 km) it doesn’t matter. I don't really want to stay in buenos aires more than 2 days and then head out.
Where to go in patagonia/tierra del fuego?
Looking for some hiking but nothing too extreme. like normal 4 to 5 hour things that are chilled, and don't require more than trekking shoes.
Is chile worth it?
don’t really have a preference here, but if it's a lot more expensive I guess I'd rather stay in argentina.
What about the Iguazu falls?
worth it, or too far away?
also thinking of heading to montevideo for a couple of days if i have enough time. looks like it'll be either iguazu or montevideo, unless my sense of time is completely off.
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Hey /trv/. Trying to go back to Mexico to live semi permanently, I figured at least for a start a job teaching English would be a good way to keep myself fed/housed. I'm fluent in Spanish and have done informal English tutoring to ESL uni students so it shouldn't be hard to get a job once I have a certificate. Which leads me to my 2 questions:
Which certification should I go for? TEFL, TESOL, what's the real difference? I'm having trouble finding info on how the different certs are distinguished from one another.
Also, what's the fastest way to get certified? Since I actually have no home in the U.S. I'm currently staying at my parents house which is far from ideal. I'd love to limit my time here to like a month, and get to Mexico asap. Are there some reputable online courses anyone could recommend? Then I could move down like immediately as long as I have my laptop with me.
Thanks for any help!
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Sonn i will make a small roadtrip from LA to vegas, death valles, yosemite, Reno, SF, back to LA. Any tips and tricks? things to see, things to avoid? im from the netherlands and got my english from southpark, family guy and other stuff. Is there a good shooting range in the middle of the desert where i can shoot full auto? I found some in Vegas but they are all indoor. Ill be travelling in the first 2 weeks of january