Patagonia Travel Articles

 
Ten Off the Beaten Path Things to Do in Chile
Ten Off the Beaten Path Things to Do in Chile With almost 3000 miles of coastline, desert terrain in the north, lakes, volcanoes, and vineyards in the center, an ultra-modern capital of Santiago, and windswept crags along its southern shores, Chile is the perfect getaway for the most discerning adventurer. Sometimes, however, the greatest thrills of exploration, according to Vickie Lillo, fellow traveler and married to a Chilean National, are completely off the grid.
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Daddy Cool – Discovering Boney M in Patagonia
Daddy Cool – Discovering Boney M in Patagonia For all I knew, Prince was the first small statured singer to exude such extroverted sexual, pigeon-chested confidence but Boney M beat him by a decade or so.
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An Impossible Battle against the Patagonian Wind – Argentina, South America
An Impossible Battle against the Patagonian Wind – Argentina, South America

On her first ever bicycle tour, Melanie Butchers did something a guidebook said was "impossible".


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Cymru am byth… Wales beyond Wales – Patagonia, Argentina
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Patagonian Express – Patagonia, Chile
Except for the demolition derby, George Kalli and Ashley Reed have never seen such rapid annihilation of a vehicle as their one in Chile.
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Trials and Treasures in Patagonia – Patagonia, Chile
Trials and Treasures in Patagonia – Patagonia, Chile Kyle Hammons ventures to an isolated valley in Patagonia, facing rushing rivers and rewarding kindness.
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Puerto Madryn and the Peninsula Valdes – Argentinean Patagonia
Sitting one day in a dusty Patagonian bus station and not having that much to do we stabbed our finger at a map of Argentina and took the next bus to the town of Puerto Madryn on the Peninsula Valdes, where we were reliably informed by the local tourist office that, “Impressive sea elephants, penguins, […]
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