More differences than meet the eye
I have been living in Chile for six months now. Being in a different country for that long allows you to recognize the differences between your home country and your new country.
When I first arrived in Chile, I didn't notice much that was different from the United States, other than the language. Sure, the obvious differences really stood out, such as clothing, houses, the language, the way people look and the roads. But the real differences were invisible.