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Winter in Patagonia, Chile

Information about visiting Patagonia in winter is about as rare as a unicorn playing cards with a leprechaun. It just doesn’t exist. We had so many unanswered questions when arriving in Patagonia. 1,176 more words

Survival Guide

Punta Arenas

“…at Puerto Montt the plug comes out, and to the south the country hardens into a continental icecap and crumbles into an archipelago. Few live down there and fewer visit.”- Sara Wheeler… 859 more words


Yo soy Americana


World cultures have been one of my biggest interests since before I can remember. Not only am I extremely curious about them but I also believe it is a subject that is immensely important to study in order to understand your own way of life.  911 more words



Fourteen days since I arrived in Santiago.

The first week was awesome, I met some of the most interesting people (57 other volunteers from USA, South Africa, France, England, Wales, Scotland, India, Germany, Austria and Hungary!  577 more words


Descubriendo la Patagonia Chilena

Como preparación para la próxima temporada de la compañia chilena de cruceros Australis, los guías de expedición fueron invitados este més de Agosto a  375 more words


English Winter Camp

My first semester of teaching is over, but before I could enjoy my winter break I had one more thing to do: volunteer to help with a week of English immersion for students in the annual Winter Camp. 864 more words


Patagonia: Fin del Mundo

The vast skies of Patagonia, as seen from the Seno Otway (Otway Sound) area of Chile, between Puerto Natales and Punta Arenas, 2007.

Next stop to the south: Tierra del Fuego, or Fin del Mundo, The End of the World. 43 more words