Chile Travel Articles

 
The Year of Living Differently #27: Farewell, My Amigos – Arica to Calama, Chile
The altiplano is no place for smelly shoes in an overnight bus. Up here, fresh air is rare. Trisha suffered an attack of the Shoeless Ninja.
The Year of Living Differently #26: Mission Inca-Kola – Arica, Chile to Lima, Peru
Trisha crossed over into Peru thinking of the violent robbery from her last visit. And paying attention to her instinct protected her from a similar, or worse, situation this time.
The Year of Living Differently #24: Planet of the Asados – Vina del Mar, Chile to Mendoza, Argentina
Only the Argentinians know how how to make a real asado and Trisha enjoyed several with the locals on her return to Argentina.
The Year of Living Differently #23: Trish vs. the Volcano – Castro (Chiloe Island), Chile
Trisha learns the first rule of mountaineering on the slopes of Volcano Villarrica: Never walk alone.
The Year of Living Differently #22: (Nearly) Gone With the Wind – Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine, Chile
Trisha wonders if Torres del Paine was a mis-print. It should have been Torres del PAIN after the rain, slippery rocks and incessant wind took their toll.
Puerto Natales – Puerto Montt, Chile
Nicky McLean describes the three days aboard the f
Cruising Cape Horn and the Magellan Strait – Uruguay, Argentina, Chile
Cruising Cape Horn and the Magellan Strait – Uruguay, Argentina, Chile Sylvia Seschel enjoyed several days in ports of ca
A Miracle in Viña – Viña del Mar, Chile
After a great encounter with a local in Chile, Ger
Worldwide with Wee-Cheng #8: Counting Dead Bodies, Chewing Coca Leaves & Feasting on Llamas – Chile and Peru
Worldwide with Wee-Cheng #8: Counting Dead Bodies, Chewing Coca Leaves & Feasting on Llamas – Chile and Peru Bolivia keeps proving a bust, so instead it's finishing off Chile and heading to Peru, with interesting sites all along the way.
Worldwide with Wee-Cheng #6: Rapa Nui – Easter Island, Chile
Worldwide with Wee-Cheng #6: Rapa Nui – Easter Island, Chile Laid-back and cut-off, but the people are as generous as they are beautiful. Wee-Cheng eventually went back to Santiago, but only after much lazing and relaxing.