Punta Arenas Cemetery
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One of the most impressive cemeteries in South America is the cemetery in Punta Arenas. Through the decades South Americans and migrated Europeans have been buried here, maintaining their own burial customs. The abundance of colorful (fake) flowers give the place a special feel.

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Argentina-Beagle-Channel-Tierra-del-Fuego-Seals
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One of the days we were in Ushuaia, Argentina we decided to follow Charles Darwin’s footsteps and join a catamaran onto the Beagle Channel to discover the wildlife in this southern part of the world. Although the boat-ride felt quite touristy – like the whole of Ushuaia does, since it mostly caters for tourist going […]

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Tierra Del Fuego
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Our initial idea for this journey was to travel as much as possible by train. Soon we discovered, however, that there were hardly any trains around in South America anymore. The ones that are left, are mostly converted into tourist trains, like El Tren del Fin del Mundo (The Train Of The End Of The […]

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Argentina-Puerto-Guarani-Tierra-del-Fuego-Post-Office-Lydian-Brunsting
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After a 28 hour journey from our home country The Netherlands we finally arrived in Ushuaia, the first stop of our trip through South-America. Many often refer to this part of Argentina as El Fin Del Mundo, translated as The End Of The World, as the continent basically stops here. During our first hike through […]

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