I just came back from southern Patagonia, Chile–an amazing place for outdoor enthusiasts and active adventures. The highlight of my trip was cruising through the fjords on an exclusive boat, and small enough so that we could sail past pristine waterways, mighty glaciers and massive ice fields and enjoy the scenery all to ourselves, as the other boats were too large to do so. The “must-try” on board was a pisco sour chilled with some of the oldest yet freshest ice cubes in the world–12,000 years old, chipped straight off a passing iceberg! Chile is enjoyable on so many levels, with friendly locals, fabulous hotels and world-class wines. But Mother Nature is clearly the most dynamic and powerful force in this part of the world, so it’s important to know when to go and avoid months of the weather and winds at unpleasant extremes. I loved Patagonia, and highly recommend the great Chilean outdoors for the nature lovers in us all! Here are some images from my trip!
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