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Gentes del Sur

Cuenta la leyenda que en las tierras lejanas del sur, allá donde la Gran Cordillera termina, se encuentra la gente más acogedora. Tuve la oportunidad de corroborar que así es. 912 more words

Sky Airlines - The 'Indigo' of Chile's Aviation Industry

In span of 5 days, we ended up taking 3 flights with Sky Airlines. Our itinerary in Chile placed us at Santiago to begin with. Geographically, Santiago is at the centre of this extremely long country. 246 more words


Punta Arenas and Fuerte Bulnes, Chile

A recent work trip saw me travel to Punta Arenas in Chile with the Falkland Islands ice hockey teams. During my two weeks there I managed to grab some down time one day, which happened to be my birthday! 124 more words


Punta Arenas

After a busy week in Santiago it was finally time to fly South to Punta Arenas – the end of the world…

To avoid entering Argentinian air space the three and a half hour flight from Santiago follows almost the entire length of the Andes all the way down, which gave us some spectacular views looking out onto the mountains one side and the Chilean wilderness on the other. 535 more words


Arjan´s Biggest Year

On Friday 19 and Saturday 20 August we went out with Arjan Dwarshuis, a Dutch bird watcher, who is doing his “Biggest Year” birding around the world !, trying to surpass the 6,000 species, more than half of all existing species worldwide in just one year! 198 more words

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Football in the deep South

Punta Arenas, Chile, is pretty much as far south as you can go on the South American continent. Sitting on the Magellan strait, opposite Tierra del Fuego, the town of 130,000 is barely 60km from Cabo Froward where a cross marks the end of the landmass. 887 more words


Adventure to Patagonia

Chile is an incredibly long country, measuring 4,270 km. This means that it doesn’t conform to typical expectations of a tropical Latin American experience. It has so many different climates, from the desert in the north, the Melbourne-like seasons of metropolitan Santiago, to the freezing natural wonders of Patagonia. 797 more words