Without one day two weeks in El Chalten flew by unnoticed! More than 100 kilometers are trampled along the paths. What to say, we will miss. And defenitely want to return.
We do not know what sur... more
200 million years-old volcanoes are always interesting.
In Argentine Patagonia hacienda, ranch, Finnish, etc. are called estancias. Most are abandoned and uninhabited. But only in these places you... more
Then we left for Argentina, which will be a separate post. We changed there the rear ill-fated tire to a new good one, visited several incredibly beautiful places and several frighteningly intimidatin... more
It is priceless to walk along moraine ridges and glacier outcrops. Walking along moraine ridges and glacier outcrops is priceless. Let there is nothing intelligible there, the very awareness is pr... more
We are going further!
The edge of the Northern Ice Shield, and in combination, is the same national park of the San Rafael Lagoon. Very tasty:
Carreter Austral is a road of great views on glaciers... more
So let's continue!!!
Each glacier in Patagonia (and there are so many of them in the national park, including the Northern Ice Field) gives out a dozen or more waterfalls. We really thought that... more
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Once again we meet condors in Chile. On that cold morning, about 7 condoms were slowly gaining height, among them was a family with a young teenager in a chocolate plumage, th... more
At some point the time stopped on our way. It was a moment that now resembles a quiet contemplative movie. It was a meeting with giant larch trees. We were both surprised at the way... more
I'll continue talking about our trip to South America with my wife.
After staying in Frutiyar, where we walked near the volcano Osorno and rode around the neighborhood, we gathered on the farm and... more
Highway number five - the so-called Pan-American Highway in Chile. Even despite all the comfort of coexistence with Chilean drivers on the road, Ruta 5 quickly bothers ... In Chile, there are almost n... more
As usual, we continue)
After Valparaiso, we looked in Pichélemu, a mecca of surfers from all over the world, because there are very good waves in this place all year round. We worked in a small hot... more
Once we turned off the Pan-American highway and realized that all the asphalt of Chile was spent on this important artery. In other places, in addition to highway number five, as... more
And in the morning the silence of the night continued with the sunrise ... The Flamingos were quietly asleep somewhere in the middle of the lake and it was like a pink island.... more
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The huge dune on which stands a good third of the city is gradually trying to regain its own. At many crossroads small mini-bangchants settle, swallowing pieces of... more
The smell of the sea, the blue and the absence of land on the horizon, the frame of cultivated fields and neat motley beds, the cry of seagulls and some predatory birds. We liked lake Titicaca immed... more
This time we will try to cross the border three times with Bolivia, run into night adventures and decide to go to Chile. Let's go!
After we descended from the Cotahuasi canyon through countless bea... more
Further from Cuzco we went to Arequipa. But as usual, we chose not the easiest way. Adventure begins with a rainy season! :) Wonderful primers turn into mashed potatoes, sometimes it... more
We will drive through the outskirts of Cusco, visit Machu Picchu and move through the deepest canyon Kotovasi, hot springs and petroglyphs to Arequipa. Let's move!
In Cuzco we rented an inexpensive... more