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Patagonia: Home of the Gods (photo essay)

Patagonia. The name conjures images of impenetrable wilderness; rugged and daunting. It is a huge area encompassing parts of southern Chile and Argentina that’s divided by countless channels, fjords, ice-fields, glaciers and the southern end of the mighty Andes mountains, making large parts of the region quite inaccessible. The wind is a dominating factor in […]

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Torres del Paine NP

Patagonia: Home of the Gods (Part II)

This is the second part of a two-part series of an article from my Travel Journal. If you missed Part I yesterday, please click here to read about my trip to the Perito Moreno glacier in Argentina. Patagonia: Home of the Gods (Part II) (A page from my Travel Journal) After a few days of […]

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Perito Moreno glacier

Patagonia: Home of the Gods (Part I)

This is a two-part series of an article from my Travel Journal. “Patagonia: Home of the Gods (Part I)” (A page from my Travel Journal) Patagonia. The name conjures images of impenetrable wilderness; rugged and daunting. The name Patagonia, given by Ferdinand Magellan, actually means ‘big feet’; it seems that when he first arrived in […]

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