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  • Puerto NatalesAfter a trouble-free night of sailing through Largo Passage and Paso de Mar - to signal our departure from the Magellan Strait - our ship cruised on into Smith Channel and Grey Channel before daybreak. Then at 7:00am we Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 17, 2019
  • Chilean Fjords[center][/center] We had sailed out of Puerto Williams with two pilots on board, their red and white flag flying above the ship alongside the national flag of Chile. The pilots would remain w Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 17, 2019
  • Ushuaia - The Return[center][/center] What a difference in a day! We woke at 7:00am, after a really good night’s sleep, to find we had already docked in Ushuaia port, that bunkering had begun and it was a Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 17, 2019
  • Drake Passage - The SequelI awoke early on Friday 8th March, with a heavy cold (courtesy of someone who had failed to quarantine herself, as per ship’s rules) and decided to go for an early breakfast. The overnight early stages of re-crossing Drake Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 17, 2019
  • Churching in ChiloéBefore entering Patagonia, we spent four nights in Isla Grande de Chiloé, Chile’s second largest island (after Tierra del Fuego, which belongs in parts to Argentina). To get to Chiloé, we had to take a short car ferry south of Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Mar 5, 2019
  • Colourful ValpoReturning back to Santiago we were excited to be able to meet up with Dries, who was on our 21 day tour through Peru. I convinced the boys that we should take the bus for 1.5 hours over to the Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 26, 2019
  • MOAI MOAI MOAI MOAI aaaaaahahahaI don’t think I could contain my excitement as we started to descend on to Easter Island, I have my face pressed up against the window desperate to get my first glimpse of the island. When we landed and got Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 25, 2019
  • Volcanoes of ChileAs we left the fertile wine valleys behind on our way south, we entered an area of Chile that is dominated by its volcanoes. We saw more than a dozen of them in just one week. Chile’s volcanoes are extremely Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Feb 22, 2019
  • It's getting hot in here!It’s so glorious to be back in the sun and warm! Although we arrived into Santiago at 9.30pm it was still humid, it felt so nice to not be wrapped up in layers. We had a lazy morning in our apartment Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 21, 2019
  • I'm looking for someone to go on this Cruise with me.I'm looking for someone to join me on this cruise. 16 nights on Norwegian's Norwegian Sun Mar 16-Apr 1, 2019 Inside Cabin for 2 Guests Category: IX Cabin Type: Inside Stateroom Cruise Fare: $735 Government Taxes: $796.90 Pre-Paid Gratuities: $135. Posted by Youngmcrider in Cruise | Feb 18, 2019
  • A RAFT ADRIFT SUSAN HAZEL Felix Spider ANGUS The challenge was to write a story with these elements. This is what spewed forth. I think we then had a huge night the three of us drinking and getting a wee bit emotional, what can I say; Posted by kidd1200 in Daniel Slept Here | Feb 18, 2019
  • The Struggle Between My Past Self and My Present SelfI think I'm studying abroad wrong. I know what you’re thinking, how do you even do that? Well, before I came to Chile, I told myself I would make friends—Chilean friends, that is. I promised that I wouldn’t become too Posted by Jessicaramos in Getting to Know South America | Feb 15, 2019
  • Chilean WineAfter Valparaíso, we decided to rent a car for two months. The plan was to drive south on the Chilean side of the Andes as far as possible and return up again on the Argentinean side. Ideally, we’ll make it Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Feb 15, 2019
  • Torres del PaineSlightly uncomfortable bouncing along the road out of Torres del Paine NP. I’m still convinced that those two climbing dudes did get stuck up there, but will unlikely have any brain power left to follow that up. We did a Posted by kidd1200 in Daniel Slept Here | Feb 10, 2019
  • Road trip across the AndesOn January 30, we took an Andesmar double-decker bus from Vina del Mar, Chile to Mendoza, Argentina. we had a front row seat on the top level, but the window had an embedded mesh Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Feb 9, 2019
  • Urban ChileOur five days in Easter Island have taught us that our Spanish was not good enough. Google Translate is a great tool, that allowed us to ask whatever questions we had. It just didn’t help much in the end, since Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Feb 8, 2019
  • Easter IslandAfter a 5 hour flight from Tahiti we arrived to Easter Island, our last stop in the Pacific. Politically, the island already belongs to South America, as it was annexed by Chile in 1888. But culturally, Rapa Nui, how the Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Feb 2, 2019
  • Vina del MarWe did not come here for sightseeing, but rather, for a restful interlude marking the end of the first half of this trip. We love beaches and love to be near, and often, in, the ocean, but this Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Jan 29, 2019
  • HOMESICK [center]Homesick…..What does it mean to be homesick? The definition states, “Experiencing a longing for one's home during a period of absence from it.” As I currently sit on a bus that’s departing from Valparaiso with the destination of Santiago I Posted by Araceli1998 in Life Begins At The End Of Your Comfort | Jan 28, 2019
  • SantiagoWe had a very nice time for four days in Santiago (except that we did not have wifi, as promised, at our Airbnb condo). We met up with FB friend and fellow world traveler, Pam Skillings. and spent Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Jan 28, 2019
  • Danger in the desertthe road between San Pedro and Calama (which has the nearest airport) is quite smooth and well marked for the many steep hills and sharp turns as it crosses at least three ridges of Andean foothills. Approximately 10 km Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Jan 28, 2019
  • Geysers at sunrise and some interesting wildlifeOn our last morning in the Atacama, we ventured out in darkness for a 100 km drive to the Tatio geysers. This is the third largest geyser field in the world, and one of its most compact, with Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Jan 28, 2019
  • A bit of geology and some more archaeologyOn Sunday, January 20, we visited Valle Arcoris (Rainbow Valley) and Yerbas Buenas, a nearby site where the ancients carved petroglyphs on two large rock outcrops. At rainbow valley we marveled at the colorful mix resulting from deposits of Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Jan 28, 2019
  • Taking in a new WorldBefore arriving to a new place, you stop to think 'these are the essentials I need to be prepared.' But from my perspective, I feel people don't really take the time to think that the real most important essential to Posted by Kaaybear in An Independent Butterfly | Jan 22, 2019
  • Grateful, Happy, and Lonely Exciting to live outside of your country, in a place very different from your home, right? People to meet, places to see, stimuli constantly proding at your brain begging to be let in. Four months. For four months I get Posted by Bridgewater in Experiential Learning? | Jan 22, 2019
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