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How do cormorant parents cope? Feeding time in Punta Arenas

When we are travelling we like to have a little bit of down time every now and then to recharge our batteries. It helps to take a day out to do laundry and to catch up on backing up photos – and sometimes to just to do nothing. 400 more words

11-13 de mayo - Chile por fin!

11-13 de mayo:

Punta Arenas es una ciudad interesante. El centro es hermoso.  Tiene calles anchas, muchos árboles (de varios colores en esta época), está al lado del Estrecho de Magallanes y hay unas montañas atrás. 507 more words


10 de mayo - Ushuaia a Punta Arenas y el mejor bienvenido a Couchsurfing posible

10 de mayo:

Qué sueeeerte tengo.  Pero, llegaremos a eso.  Primero, a las 4:25 am me desperté con Chubaca dormido por mis piernas. Todo silencioso, calientito, no me quería ir, pero era hora.   343 more words


Una sorpresa

Me sorprende que las páginas web de Chile sean .cl y no .po


Penguins, and More Penguins

• February 2016, Chile •

I have never seen so many penguins in one place as when I stepped onto Isla Magdelena, a little island on the Magellan Straits that is a two-hour boat ride from Punta Arenas in Southern Patagonia. 234 more words


Patagonia - Reaching the End of the World

Back to Chile! After a wonderful overview of Torres del Paine during our day trip from El Calafate we decided to head to Puerto Natales, Chile, a common homebase for travelers planning to spend time in Torres del Paine. 1,267 more words


Southern exposure

Since the beginning of this big travel, I have been saying that I’m going south. Was like my mantra. While being still up there on this continent, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, it was quite clear about where is the south. 1,026 more words