Already in the beginning of November 2017 we tried booking campgrounds for doing the “Circuit” (also called the “O”) in Torres del Paine National Park (NP), but at that time it was already impossible to book the campground, because no sites were available. Without the reservations for the campgrounds, you
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After our 4-day hike in Cerro Castillo Natural Reserve we drove 120 km to Puerto Rio Tranquilo, that are located at the lake General Carrera. The lake is 2240 km2, and is shared with Argentina, where the lake is called Lake Buenos Aires (like the capital of Argentina Buenos Aires).
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The base of the Michinmahuida glacier Pumalin National Park is the biggest private park in Chile, and was founded by the American Doug Tompkins. The park has a remarkable forest-conservation of the 2889 km2, which cover temperate rainforest, clear river, seascapes and farmland.     In 2008 volcán Chaiten erupted,
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It must have been faith or maybe our destiny? We first had decided to bail out, and not visit Isla Chiloé, and then we had the break-in in Lance on a Friday, giving us 48 hours to kill before the locksmith “Rey de la Llave” could fix Lance on Monday.
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We still love our new life with Lance, and no we don’t miss the motorcycles. Especially our time in Argentina have been a mix of sunshine, rain, wind and low temperatures which makes us even more happy with our choice of selling the motorcycles and buying a van. Yes, sometimes
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Leaving Puyehue National Park we headed towards Villa La Angostura, which would be our first stop in Argentina. The drive to the border went through a forest of dead trees, reminding us of the magnificent force of the mother nature. The forest got killed during an eruption of one the
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Not on any map, just marked with red plastic ribbons… After having lunch we decided to follow a small stream, which quickly became more narrow…   Esben taking some picture with longer exposure of the drizzling water   Soon it was not possible to follow the stream without getting wet
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