If your dream is to travel around South America, then you shouldn’t miss Chile. The capital alone called Santiago sits in a valley surrounded by the Andes and Chilean Coast Range mountains.
One of the toughest visas to get is the US Visa. Aside from an intensive background check, the most *tedious* part for most people is the Interview with the Consul where they will ask you a series of questions regarding your application. It could even be more difficult when you’re visiting a special someone in the US. They have to understand your relationship in this case so expect a lot of questions about your relationship.
One of the very important things that the Consul will look for in your visa application is your deep-rootedness in your country. Deep-rootedness is defined in the dictionary as deeply rooted; firmly implanted or established. So the question now is: How do you prove that you are firmly established in your home country?
I always suggest that you write a very detailed cover letter whenever you send your application, yes the consuls accept and read it esp. for UK, Schengen, Australia or Canada visa applications.
A lot of us have been dreaming of traveling and working in the US one day for our own special reasons. It could be because you wanted to see their scenic landscapes and infrastructures, your admiration for their culture and ideals and health care benefits, their way of life in general, or your respect on the way they treat their workforce.
India for me is both rugged, rustic, and astonishing. Most of the streets are perceived to be chaotic but for me, that’s what makes the country interesting--- the noise coming from the cars and the voices of the vendors trying to sell their goods matched with the crisp scent of spices and capped off with such gorgeous architecture and backdrop.