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  • Tourists with everyone else in Villarica and Pucon After packing up the car we were back on Ruta 5 around 9.30 am. Once again we joined all the trucks, buses and cars heading south. We stopped in Temuco for a cup of coffee and lunch- along with what Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • More waterfalls and summer crowdsWe slept late and when we finally woke we enjoyed the beautiful valley we were in. AJ headed out for a walk and found a quiet spot on a cliff overlooking the river to pray and meditate. After a simple Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Under the stars at Siete TazasHaving HEM with us, we decided that we needed to expand our horizons and embark on a road trip south of Santiago, having previously not driven more than about 150 km south of Santiago (except when we flew to Puerto Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Volcanoes and lakesThis morning we opened the blinds to find nothing but white- there was a dense fog that didn't lift till midday. AJ went for a walk while EJ and I read, did homework and watched Netflix! Just after midday we drove Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Mystical ChiloeIt's strange to be traveling during Easter. This is the first time in a number of years that we haven't been to church on Good Friday - having said that, we did visit a lot of churches today! We spent a Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Beaches and palafitosOnce EJ and AJ returned from school and work on Wednesday, we headed to the airport. Fortunately, the traffic hadn't yet turned into the gridlock that is usually Santiago in the late afternoon, so we were able to get to Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • From Valdivia to Greece We almost arrived to Santiago, our next flight is at 6:30 pm, so we're going to shopping center to eat something and shop. I'm very exited to go to Greece, people tell me that is a very fantastic and beatiful Posted by vtorres36 in From Valdivia to Greece | May 15, 2019
  • The Atacama DesertWe arrived in the Chilean mining town Calama after a 12-hour bus ride from Salta, but our day was not over yet. We picked up our rental car at the airport to drive to San Pedro de Atacama, our base Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | May 12, 2019
  • I love you, SantiagoAs I walked out of the Los Leones metro stop for the last time, my two friends and my girlfriend accompanied me up to the stairs to say goodbye. I held my girlfriend's hand tightly, knowing it would be the Posted by Jessicaramos in Getting to Know South America | May 3, 2019
  • Getting Robbed in SantiagoI went to the desert of San Pedro de Atacama three weeks ago. A bunch of my friend and I decided that we were going to get a rental car, drive around and get to know parts of the desert. Posted by Jessicaramos in Getting to Know South America | Apr 26, 2019
  • Valparaiso, Chile (NOT Indiana)We docked in the port of San Antonio, Chile which is the port for Santiago, the nation's capital city. Instead of viewing either of these cities, I took a tour to Valparaiso about an hour and a half drive away. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/51 Posted by pscotterly in Cruise Control | Apr 7, 2019
  • Coquimbo, Chile I had expected Coquimbo to be a sleepy little coastal village that would remind me of Newfoundland. Surprise. [img=https://photos.t Posted by pscotterly in Cruise Control | Apr 7, 2019
  • Gone Fishing I have not held a fly rod for 15 years. I have not cast a spinning rod since Brendan was in high school. (He turned 49 last mont Posted by pscotterly in Cruise Control | Apr 7, 2019
  • Punta Arenas, ChileThis the southern-most town on the mainland of any continent in the world. I took a walking tour. There are several legends about st Posted by pscotterly in Cruise Control | Apr 6, 2019
  • Chile’s Southern PatagoniaWe spent two nights in Punta Arenas, the largest city in the South of Chile. The day after arriving from Tierra del Fuego, we went straight back out into the Strait of Magellan on a tour to Isla Magdalena. The Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Mar 30, 2019
  • The Alfajor in Argentina Before going on my trip to Argentina, I met a few Argentinian woman who told me Buenos Aires is one of the worst areas someone can visit being in Argentina. I thought; oh great, what now? Do I pay the Posted by Kaaybear in An Independent Butterfly | Mar 29, 2019
  • How I Feel About the Concept of ~Study Abroad~I don’t think most United State-ian people who study abroad do it to broaden their perspective on the world. I think it’s a bullshit answer everyone gives because it always works. Nobody is going to respond with something negative if Posted by Jessicaramos in Getting to Know South America | Mar 29, 2019
  • Happy Transgender Day of Visibility There is something wonderful and nearly-indescribably comfortable about a homecoming: when you’ve been gone for days or weeks and you finally return home to your own house and you realize “Oh, so that’s what my house smells like.” You get Posted by Tad Kaufman in Queer and Abroad | Mar 29, 2019
  • A Different Type of MeetingAfter a missed flight bonanza and a required overnight slumber in Dallas, TX, my boyfriend, Max, made his way over to the land of mayo-coated hot dogs and reggaeton: Chile. Upon his arrival, we flew straight down to Punta Arenas Posted by Dani B. in That's Me, Dani B! | Mar 29, 2019
  • ... The Final Leg[center] [/center] Our time o Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 23, 2019
  • The Carretera Austral - Part 2Moving South from Coyhaique, the scenery started to become really breath-taking. The mountains got higher, the valleys got deeper and the road got curvier. Our first stop was in Villa Cerro Castillo, a town named after the spectacular peak that Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Mar 20, 2019
  • CastroCASTRO Calm overnight sailing brought us into the Esterro Castro and the city of Castro on the island of Chiloé. When we first went up on deck we thought we had arrived in a river in southern England: everywhere green, Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 19, 2019
  • Chile[img=https://photos.traveller Posted by EvanTravels in South America 2018-2019 | Mar 19, 2019
  • Boring, boring cruising 😁Following the exhilaration of the previous day’s hike up Cerro Dorotea, we were not particularly overjoyed by the prospect of three days cruising but, of course, decided to make the most of it. [center][img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/965271/large Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 18, 2019
  • The Carretera Austral - Part 1We started driving the Carretera Austral, known officially as Ruta 7 in Chile, from its start in Puerto Montt. The highway was the brainchild of dictator Augusto Pinochet, who wanted to unite the nation by connecting even its most remote Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Mar 18, 2019
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