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The journey

Noche, nieve y arena hacen

la forma de mi delgada patria.

todo el silencio está en su larga línea

-Pablo Neruda


How lucky am I to go on an adverture that lets me discover a country with no limitations. 741 more words


Faith in small airports restored

After a stressful afternoon trying to leave from Cardiff Airport to get to Chile, I decided that I wasn’t a huge fan of small airports any more. 845 more words


CAPE HORN - December 2009

Competition at the End of the World

The good Argentine town of Ushuaia is commonly accepted to be the southern-most city in the world. However, we have learned that this honour is very much in dispute. 942 more words

Travel Writing

Fin del Mundo - beginning a journey to the end of the earth

Punta Arenas, Southern Chilesome history, a view across the Straits, a bar and a boat

Our arrival on a delayed flight from Santiago is at 1.25 am. 475 more words

18th September: Fiestas Patrias

Get your dancing shoes on! Time for the big celebration in Chile that resulted in 4 days of partying, with sleep being squeezed in there somewhere. 992 more words


Patagonien - das Neuseeland Südamerikas

Wir sagen’s diesmal gleich in aller Deutlichkeit: Wir haben uns ein bißchen in Patagonien verliebt – fast so sehr wie in Neuseeland, und auch sonst gibt es hier die eine oder andere Parallele… 1,440 more words

Wo Wir Sind Und Waren

Explore Patagonia

When choosing a name for his outdoor clothing business, Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard wanted something that evoked a sense of someplace faraway – somewhere that was “not quite on the map.” With the immense popularity of his company’s products – which prominently feature Patagonia’s mountains on the logo – he quickly put the remote region “on the map.” 2,307 more words

Kingston Family Vineyards