Fly fishing industry imperilled, local government to meet Tuesday to discuss Didymo
In February, Chris Spelius, owner of the adventure travel company Expediciones Chile, was standing out by the Futaleufu River in Southern Chile waiting for a client, when he looked into the normally clear water and noticed something unusual.
“I saw what looked like ground-up toilet paper in the water,” Spelius recalled to the Santiago Times this week. “I have been here for 24 years and I knew I had never seen this before.” Login to read more.
Lindsay Fendt is an American journalism student studying at Elon University in North Carolina. Her desire to learn to speak better Spanish drew her to Chile for study abroad, but she soon discovered that they do not speak Spanish in Chile, they speak Chilean. When Lindsay is not in school or at the Santiago Times she spends her time in Chile by eating empanadas and frambuestein ice cream.