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Stopovers

Above is a view of São Paolo’s new air terminal. There is no way I can fly nonstop from Los Angeles to Buenos Aires, so I picked a bargain flight with TAM Airlines, which recently merge with my favorite South American carrier: LAN. 165 more words

Travel

LAN Airlines retires the Airbus A340-300

LAN Airlines (Chile) (Santiago) on Friday, April 17, 2015, operated its last Airbus A340-300 revenue flights. The planned last official flight, flight LA 800, was operated with the pictured Airbus A340-313 CC-CQF (msn 442) from Sydney and Auckland to Santiago, arriving at 12:35 (local time) on Runway 17L at Santiago International Airport. 85 more words

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Easter Island, Chile

The Moai boys are waiting for you to come visit them, and you will not be dissapointed. To get here this place is the most isolated island in the world, and the guards here are standing tall. 222 more words

Leavin' on a Jetplane

The bags are packed, we’ve kissed the pets goodbye, hugged our dear friend, Christie, and left our house in her capable hands while we are gone… 35 more words

Travel Generally

Watch Your Step

With little drama, we have arrived in Argentina. LAN Airlines was organized and efficient, and for air travelers, a prize to be discovered. The boarding process was zero drama, very organized, and fast. 849 more words

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Final Leg: Northern Chile, Valparaíso, and Buenos Aires

Well we escaped our Arequipa slump, vacation, rest and decided to keep heading south. We had planned to visit Bolivia but got discouraged by that $160 reciprocity fee (After, we learned this has been reduced to $50 O.o). 1,242 more words

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Art of Getting Lost in Atacama

TL and I parked our red truck by the police station and started heading toward the hill. She had been here before on an architecture assignment about designing mines. 493 more words