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  • Day 15: Back to Pelagics!Today was the first of the three final at-sea days of the HMS Coral Princess’ concluding journey up the coast of Chile. Before including photos from today, I must show this beautiful SOUTH AMERICAN TERN from last night as the Posted by skwclar in Birding Around the World | Jan 2, 2020
  • Day 14: Pattering about PatagoniaBefore I go on to narrate today’s adventures, I must include some more photos from yesterday evening’s cruise through the Beagle Channel, which was incredible: [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/631814/large_AFBBC531-B97B-47DD-B05B-70D03BF4CFDE.jpeg Posted by skwclar in Birding Around the World | Jan 1, 2020
  • The Chilean SteppeOur port-of-call was Punta Arenas today, and in order to get off the ship, we were required to get up early so we could be on the first 100-person tender. Apparently some passengers didn’t understand the elementary rule of lining Posted by skwclar in Gryphon Globetrotters | Jan 1, 2020
  • Chileense gastvrijheid==17/12/19 — Chacabuco vallei — Hartje Patagonië== Na de ferry brachten we onze tijd door in het prachtige Nationaal Park Patagonia. We begrijpen best waarom Doug en Kris Tompkins hun hart verloren aan Patagonië. Doug droomde er altijd van mensen bewust Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Dec 31, 2019
  • Day 12: High Seas!Today was the roughest day of the cruise so far. We endured a “typical” Drake Passage crossing toward South America featuring high winds and hellish 20-foot swells making my mom seasick, and preventing anyone onboard to walk in any sort Posted by skwclar in Birding Around the World | Dec 30, 2019
  • Ancestral Hunting for Almost 2 Years Hard to believe it s been almost 2 years of non-stop Ancestor Hunting. I learned quite a lot about myself and my family history. And I have seen political and environmental chan Posted by georgeaguilar in Genetic Memoirs 2019 | Dec 28, 2019
  • SUPERGIRL Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Dec 26, 2019
  • Mystic water==14/12/19 — Puerto Natales, Puerto Yungay — Door weer en wind== 53 uur brachten we door op de veerboot die het moeilijk bereikbare zuidelijke uiteinde van de Carretera Austral verbindt met Puerto Yungay. 1100 kilometer minder op de teller van Hugo, Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Dec 24, 2019
  • 12. The Russell Luck Fails?Homeward Bound! My flight plan: 3:22pm-6:47pm Punta Arenas to Santiago LATAM 292 Layover: 1:53 8:40pm-10:25pm Santiago to Lima, Peru LATAM 530 Layover: 3:05 1:30am-6:55am Lima to Houston Posted by paulej4 in Twelve Million Penguins and Me | Dec 22, 2019
  • Ruta del Fin del Mundo==30/11 — Puerto Natales — Ode aan de bergtoppen== Torres del Paine is een van de belangrijkste en grootste nationale parken van Chili. De drie bergtoppen, de Torres, stijgen meer dan 2.500 meter boven de zeespiegel uit en zouden naar schatting Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Dec 16, 2019
  • 4. Antarctica; On IceAll but 2% of Antarctica is covered by a 1.2 to 3-mile-thick sheet of ice. It is the coldest, driest and windiest place on this earth. The last source I read reported that the lowest temperature ever measured here was Posted by paulej4 in Twelve Million Penguins and Me | Dec 13, 2019
  • 3. Jumping Off Point: Puerto Arenas, ChileIn Lima, Peru, at 2:10am, I hop onto LATAM 639, an A320, to Santiago, arriving at 7:40am. I sit again, this time for three hours, before boarding LATAM 293, an A321, for the final three-and-a-half-hour leg to Punta Arenas, Chile Posted by paulej4 in Twelve Million Penguins and Me | Dec 13, 2019
  • A Tale of Three Cities... Pt 1: Santiago, ChileManaged to get a few hours sleep on the overnight bus to the Chilean capital of Santiago. Also managed to completely miss the miners being rescued – quite a mean feat in a country obsessed with the story. I Posted by kathystravels in Notes From A Big World | Oct 15, 2010
  • Have I Got Views For You....Patagonia – Bariloche, San Martin De Los Andes (Argentina) and Pucon (Chile) 2nd – 12th October I enjoyed my luxury overnight bus trip apart from the rude awakening by an Argentinean sniffer dog poking it's nose in my face at Posted by kathystravels in Notes From A Big World | Oct 11, 2010
  • Torres Del Paine 'W' Trek[img=https://photos.travellers Posted by KevinandErin in South AmericaTrek with Kev and Tony | Nov 19, 2019
  • Hanga RoaWent from Puerto Natales by bus to Punta Arenas then by plane via Santiago de Chile to Hanga Roa in Easter Island. Differently to the informaten of some travel guides one needs a online permit to get there, one needs to Posted by UliS in South Amerika | Nov 18, 2019
  • Punta ArenasI was only at the airport of Punta Arenas, If you have money to waste you can do a daytrip (us$ 5500) or a overnight trip by plane to Antarctica with https://dapairline.com/antartica-full-day/ [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/large_IMG_2019 Posted by UliS in South Amerika | Nov 18, 2019
  • Puerto NatalesFrom Valparaiso to Santiago Airport by direct bus then by plane to Punta Arenas and bus to Puerto Natales (also Punta Arenas had demonstrations). [im Posted by UliS in South Amerika | Nov 14, 2019
  • ValparaisoHad some time between my plane from Arica and my plane to Punta Arenas and went by bus to Valparaiso. The bus terminal in Valparaiso is next to the Congreso National (parliament), i didn't see any demonstrater there but the air Posted by UliS in South Amerika | Nov 14, 2019
  • Around the World in 20 days - seventh stop, ChileWe boarded our plane bound for Easter Island and were greeted by a scary, mask faced Pilot along with the rest of the crew dressed up as usual. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/228015/IM Posted by bumblebum in Migrating South | Nov 8, 2019
  • Santiago [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/894996/IMG_20191107_09431 Posted by KevinandErin in South AmericaTrek with Kev and Tony | Nov 7, 2019
  • San Pedro de AtacamaBy bus from Uyuni to San Pedro de Atacama with a long stop at the border. San Pedro is a oasis in the Atacama, originaly populated by Indios, then discovered by some Hippies, today it is gentrified with the center in Posted by UliS in South Amerika | Nov 5, 2019
  • Peaceful Pucon!On Oct 25 we left crisis-filled Santiago (two days early) without incident, despite a taxi strike and minor protests in the streets. We're lucky we departed when we did, because later in the day over a million people gathered in Posted by twodrifters07 in Chile & Argentina | Nov 1, 2019
  • Santiago, Chile!Never a dull moment in the lives of two drifters!...the start of our G-Adventures trip to Chile and Argentina sees us embarking on a rather wild adventure, arriving in Santiago in the middle of a huge "people's protest", sparked off Posted by twodrifters07 in Chile & Argentina | Oct 24, 2019
  • CalamaWent first north to Calama (avoiding possible problems in Santiago) by plane but also there is a little bit of revolution, mostly banging pots and making music on the main place before the church, but also some looting. Many shops Posted by UliS in South Amerika | Oct 23, 2019
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