I left my heart Chiloé

Marley Crank
September 27, 2015
 Chiloé is good for the soul
One of the great joys that comes with studying abroad is being able to explore and travel your new country. This month our IES group was lucky enough to be able to go to Chiloé, a magical, picturesque, quaint, collection of islands of the coast of Chile. Our trip was defined by delicious homegrown food, breathtaking views, and an unique integration into the culture of the people. Let's just say I am now hoping and praying I somehow fall in love with a fisherman from Chiloé and live in this little fairytale land forever. My words will never do our experience justice, but hopefully these photos will give you a tase of the magic given to us.

Marley Crank

<div>Hi there! I&#39;m Marley, 19 years old from Maryland :) I am a cheese appreciator, lover of the earth, and hopeful human. I&nbsp;<span style="font-size: 13.0080003738403px; line-height: 1.538em;">am extremely grateful to be in Santiago and hope that this blog helps to capture my experiences so that others may&nbsp;</span><span style="font-size: 13.0080003738403px; line-height: 1.538em;">share in them.</span></div>

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