• Valdivia seals
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Through the daily feeding of the leftovers at mercado Fluvia these seals have clearly become accustomed to people around them. Today they decided to leave the water for a stroll with the other Sunday walkers, shooing away anyone in their way or coming too close.

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Valdivia street art
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Yarn bomb at one of  the entrances towards the museum district of Valdivia. In this type of street art colorful displays of knitted or crocheted yarn or fibre are being used instead of paint or chalk. It is slowly seen more and more around the world at unexpected places.

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Villarrica
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While climbing the Villarrica volcano near Pucon, Chile, a blanket of clouds developed under us making the view to the other volcanoes in the area even more spectacular. Due to the treacherous winds and clouds the climb up to the crater of the volcano is not without any dangers. The week before we arrived, several […]

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Pucon Dog
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Exhausted after playing at Pucon’s beach. One of the many stray dogs in Patagonia. Stray dogs are an accepted part of streetlife here and well taken care of by society. People feed them, wash them and even provide them with clothes during winter time, making the dogs have a friendly and playful approach towards human […]

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Villarrica
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Chile has hundreds of volcanoes. Villarrica – here seen from Huerquehue National Park – is one of the most active ones. We decided to climb it. For the full story click here.

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Huerquehue NP
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The region around Pucon, Chile, is known for its various outdoor activities, among which the climbing of the Villarrica volcano, one of Chile’s most active ones.  With excellent hiking opportunities in nearby Huerquehue National Park you could easily spend a week in the area. While hiking in the park we were not only treated by […]

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Bariloche sunset
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Sunrise from our hospedaje in Bariloche, Argentina, famous for its beautiful environment, outdoor sports possibilities and, not to forget, chocolate capital of the world.

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Patagonian Express
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After hopping from one bus to another, time to take a train – the legendary Old Patagonian Express.    

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  • Old Patagonian Express
  • Old Patagonian Express
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Comfort as it used to be while being a passenger at the Old Patagonian Express, also known as La Trochita: small wooden chairs and wood-burning stoves to face the cold of the plateau.

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Peninsula Valdes
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Peninsula Valdes – Unesco world heritage site since 1999 -, where different kinds of wildlife live together without the interference of humans.    

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Peninsula Valdes
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Although wildlife and humans at Peninsula Valdes are kept at a lengthy distance from each other to protect the natural habitat of all animals, these penguins were just to curious to see what’s more out there.

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El Perito Moreno
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Boating through Parque Nacional Los Glaciares- upfront with glacier El Perito Moreno.

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Laguna Nimez, El Calafate
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Room with a view over Laguna Nimez’ bird sanctuary near El Calafate, Argentina.

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