Keep on walking in Argentina

The Argentinian-Chilean bordercrossing and the guanacos along the road are a welcome distraction during the long drive trough the endless steppe of South Patagonia. Sometimes a wooden gate passes by, behind which a seemingly endless road leads to a large ranch with names appealing to the imagination, such as ‘Estancia El C√≥ndor’ and ‘Estancia el Ombu de Areco’. Once in…

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Walking in Chile

Since Porvenir – our ultimate hitchhiking goal reached after two days – is not really a tourist destination, it takes some effort to determine when a ferry leaves for Punta Arenas. We end up asking for information in a number of shops, a museum and a cafeteria. The common denominator is that a ferry departs tonight, and the next one…

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