In May he attended the inauguration of a museum to house the works of the Ecuadorian painter Santiago Carbonell in Querétaro.
In Santiago a few years ago, I ate at a high-end Peruvian restaurant, which was amazing.
I asked Santiago MacWhite where he would make his permanent home.
The piece is part of a global installation by Santiago Sierra.
Santiago has written an account of the intertwining history of empire and sugar.
Santiago's style as a writer of love letters might be a little on the turgid side, but he knew how to make himself clear.
The land and naval battles at Santiago brought the Spanish War to an end.
He was succeeded by Santiago Bandoleto, who was by no means as skilful.
She was named the Felicidad, and hailed from Santiago de Cuba.
Santiago has some handsome buildings and a very attractive Plaza Mayor; the hotels are poor.
South American country, probably named from a local native word subsequently confused with Mexican Spanish chile "chili pepper" (see chili). Suggestions are that the native word means "land's end" or else "cold, winter," which would make a coincidental convergence with English chilly. Related: Chilean.
Republic in southern South America on the western slope of the Andes. Chile is a long, narrow strip of land bordered by Peru to the north, Bolivia and Argentina to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the south and west. Its capital and largest city is Santiago.
Note: In 1973, General Augusto Pinochet led a coup that overthrew President Salvador Allende, a Marxist.
Note: Pinochet suppressed human rights and political activity until he lost a plebiscite in 1988. A successor was chosen in free elections. In 1998, Pinochet was arrested in Great Britain on a Spanish warrant, but a court ruled him too ill to stand trial. He returned to Chile, where attempts to prosecute him continued.