South America2016-12-27T21:52:41+11:00

Torres del Paine – Puerto Natales, Chile

By |January 1st, 2010|Blog, Chile, Featured, Patagonia, South America, Travel Stories|

Puerto Natales as a town is a small, relatively out of the way kind of place. There's not a whole lot going on there, and it's not the sort of place you'd visit for the [...]

Knee Deep in Snow – Hiking Frey, Patagonia

By |December 19th, 2009|Argentina, Blog, Patagonia, South America, Travel Stories|

"A bit of snow maybe, but you should be fine if you've got some hiking experience", was the information from the guy at Club Andino Bariloche, the local hiking association. A great resource and the place [...]

Overnight bus travel in South America – A Survival Guide

By |November 28th, 2018|Blog, Featured, South America, Survival Guides, Travel Savvy|

I love travelling by night bus in South America. There's a sentence you won't hear often. But I do, I LOVE IT. Most people will give an array of horrid cramped experiences. And they're telling you the truth, it's a tough experience. But a wonderful one. Why do I love night bus travel in South America?

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