Donuts, cakes and…err… Hotdogs: A Quick Post – Patagonia, Chile Really, there are just never enough posts about dessert! That’s not to say that we aren’t having desserts, they just aren’t always post-worthy. Now, though, here are a couple of very delicious treats from Patagonia. Did you know that “donut” in Spanish is donut? Now
Category Archives: Chile
How to Explore Patagonia as a Softie – Part 1, The South – Chile and Argentina Before leaving home we had three “pillars” for our round-the-world trip – three things we planned our route and budget around: explore Patagonia, witness the Great Migration in Africa, horse trek in Mongolia. The Patagonia pillar was a bit fuzzy
Amazing Graffiti is EVERYWHERE in Santiago! – Santiago, Chile Following up on my posts of the street art in Cuenca and Panama City, I present some of the absolutely incredible paintings that can be found on pretty much every wall in Santiago! And I just can’t resist throwing in a few other pieces from around Chile.
Birds in Patagonia: A Quick Post – Patagonia, Chile and Argentina This one is for our birder friends – my mom, my old boss Bill, Aunt Casey and Uncle David…and anyone else who loves our feathered friends. Over the past three weeks in Patagonia we have come across a few handsome little fowl. In Punta
Haunting Art in Puerto Varas : A Quick Post! – Puerto Varas, Chile Through Latin America we haven’t come across many art galleries, at least outside of the big cities, but we did come across a nice one on our walk yesterday here in Puerto Varas. The featured artist is a local guy, Guillermo Grez,