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  • I’m Here! I’m Queer! My Boxers are Stained!I took my first proper step toward adulthood when I was thirteen; my mom dropped me off at the grocery store with a list, and she told me she would be back in twenty. In my mother’s handwriting, along with Posted by Tad Kaufman in Queer and Abroad | Jan 22, 2019
  • Santiago, I am here! What to expect from a foreign country? The answer is nothing, don't expect just keep an open mind. That's what they say... Sounds pretty simple but certain Posted by WilliamK1010 in Chile Sin Chile | Jan 22, 2019
  • The Beginning of My New Adventure“The journey not the arrival matters.” – T.S. Eliot I still remember the looks on my parents' faces when I told them I was going to study abroad. It was a mixture of worry, happiness, and sheer terror. I think the Posted by sediazpalma in Santino's Chilean Adventure | Jan 22, 2019
  • FAMILY [center]To my loving family who has always been my sanctuary. Thank you for everything, today I am living my dream of studying abroad because of the love and support you gave me during the journey. At one point or another, Posted by Araceli1998 in Life Begins At The End Of Your Comfort | Jan 22, 2019
  • The ArrivalIn conflict with my extroverted, outgoing, and fearless spirit, I sat in the Andrés Bello classroom (may I add that it was roughly 12ft X 12ft, held 45 profusely sweating foreign students, and nearly 120 suitcases) internalizing a heavy load Posted by Dani B. in That's Me, Dani B! | Jan 21, 2019
  • Thermal SpringsToday we ventured back up to an altitude of 12000 feet as we headed about 20 miles Northeast to Termas de Puritama a warm stream at the bottom of a narrow gorge. [img=https://photo Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Jan 19, 2019
  • Culture and archeaologyOn 18 January, we made 2 short excursions out of San Pedro. First, about 11 kilometers West to the ancient village of Tulor, where some 3000 years ago, humans settled and constructed circular adobe buildings. Much of Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Jan 19, 2019
  • Life in the desert and the AltiplanicoYesterday's tour took us on a 200 mile round trip to salt flats and high altitude (a little more than 14,000 feet) lagoons. We saw lots of birds and vicuna and some stunning scenery. You can check the Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Jan 18, 2019
  • Peru 2018, The way home * Nice sleep in for our last morning, so nice that we were too late for breakfast in our hotel. Very civilised van ride to the airport. (especially compared to the previous day in La Paz!) Check in Posted by paulanfran in Paulanfran | Jan 12, 2019
  • Peru 2018, The last day * Up for a 7:30 departure from our hotel, tour over😔 Kerry & Amanda our closest companions say their goodbyes in the lobby. * Crazy taxi ride in an old Toyota through & up the narrow streets to the air Posted by paulanfran in Paulanfran | Jan 12, 2019
  • Mag het iets meer zijn?25 December 2018 We staan op voor dag en dauw en hopen in deze stilte wat wildlife te mogen spotten. Helaas het mag niet zijn. Niks of niemand laat zich zien op deze Kerstdag in Futaleufú. We zijn net op tijd Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Jan 11, 2019
  • Rapa Nui (Easter Island or Isla de Pasqua)==DECEMBER 2018== Our journey started with a flight from Montevideo to Santiago de Chile. The arrival at Santiago airport came as a bit of Posted by MAd4travel in MAd4Travel | Jan 1, 2019
  • Overdonderd door natuur18-19 December 2018 We staan op tijd aan de ingang van het nationaal park. Het is nog vroeg in de ochtend maar het belooft nu al een prachtige dag te worden. Van de verschillende wandelingen in het park is de dagtocht Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Jan 1, 2019
  • a Xmas story Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Jan 1, 2019
  • Magisch Chiloé13-14 December 2018 Onze tent staat te flapperen. Er is een hevige wind opgekomen en het regent pijpenstelen. Hier eindigt voorlopig ons verhaal in Pucatrihue. We laten de kust achter ons en keren terug richting Lake District. Zonder het te weten, Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Dec 23, 2018
  • So nice you say it twice?8-10 December 2018 Het zware onweer van vannacht heeft de temperatuur gekelderd, ze is zomaar even met 25 graden gezakt! In het begin is dat zalig maar de schok is toch groot en des te groter in een douche met ijskoud Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Dec 16, 2018
  • 'Chill' in Chili6 December 2018 Na een vijftal kilometer bereiken we de Argentijnse grenspost. De auto wordt grondig gecontroleerd en ons dierbaar schapenvel gaat er aan. Snif. We kochten het nietsvermoedend enkele weken terug aan een stalletje langs de weg en omdat het Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Dec 15, 2018
  • Busy Doing Nothing.....trying to find lots of things not to do! On account of the whale watching being cancelled again, I took the forced rest day to do absolutely nothing apart from a walk to the chocolate shop/grotto for a final Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 12, 2018
  • Recollections Of RecolettaUnfortunately no whales today, the winds out at sea were too great so what’s a girl supposed to do? Yep, shopping. I walked to the “tax free” shopping centre to see if I could complete a recent mission Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 9, 2018
  • Back To Bed!A rather rude awakening by the alarm at 2.30am which was a little too perky for my liking, but I had to leave at 3am to get to the tour office for 3.30am as we were off to see the Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 9, 2018
  • Penguin Porn!My first trip out of Punta Arenas required me to be at the tour office for 6.30am ....yuk! However, it was bound to be worth it right? So, I arrived bang on time to find quite a big Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 7, 2018
  • DoomsdayJust a travel day today, taking the bus from Puerto Natales to Puerto Arenas via Route 9 “Ruta Del fin Del Mundo” which when I looked up the translation brought up “Doomsday Route” - hmmm, I hoped I would make Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 6, 2018
  • Clean And Shiny!Another shower and I was now starting to feel a bit more human. Also sad to report that I was so excited at the thought of getting my laundry back so both myself and my clothes were all clean Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 6, 2018
  • Adidas? Nike? No PUMA!!My feet and socks were shouting at me to stop walking so it was a relief to know that today would be our final day, although bittersweet as we had formed such a great group and I would be sad Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 6, 2018
  • It’s A Knockout My goodness ... it had been blowing a hoolie for most of the night, so much so that I’d been convinced the tent would take off, but everything was intact with no losses reported! Today was the last big Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 6, 2018
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