Hello hello and happy Wanderful Wednesday friends! I’m officially back and writing from Santiago, Chile! [Yes, yes I know. I owe you all an explanation, but that’s another story for another day.] I haven’t had a chance to write down all of my ideas/thoughts/plans yet, so instead I’m going to continue checking off posts from my long list of ideas covering my January travels in Southern Chile.
So, you’ve decided to take on Chile’s vicious snowy beast, Villarrica Volcano? Well, good for you! It won’t be easy, but it will be worth it. I’m sure you’ve done your research and maybe even already selected a tour agency, but there are a few things you really should know before you go! For starters, if you didn’t know already, “Volcán Villarrica” or Volcano Villarrica is one of
While still not quite as popular as the Patagonia region way in the south of Chile, other southern Chilean cities like Pucón, Valdivia and Puerto Varas and the island of Chiloe, are becoming more and more known to travelers around the world. These desirable destinations are pretty remote and may not be the easiest to get to, but they’re definitely worth the effort. With picturesque lakes, snow-capped
Another week, another glacier! 😛 This week though, I won’t be covering a glacier down near the infamous ice fields of Patagonia, but rather one right outside of my beloved Santiago! The hike to Glacier Colgante El Morado, also known as the “Hidden Glacier,” in Cajón del Maipo has definitely been one of my favorites to date! It’s not too far outside of metropolitan Santiago, but
I have this thing with skylines. Yes, I’ve always had a love for city skylines. How could I not having grown up just two short hours from the world’s most famed skyline in New York? The thing is, Santiago’s skyline is unlike any other I’ve seen. This past year in Santiago I was extremely lucky to live in an apartment with an incredible view. Our
After seeing all of my girl Marcella’s stunning pictures of her hike at Cerro La Campana, it immediately soared to the top of my Santiago bucket list. With only a few weekends left in Chile (I seriously can’t believe how fast time flies) it was one activity I didn’t want to let sit and go undone. And so I rallied my hiking buddies and 3 weeks ago we
I hardly ever write straightforward “reviews” on this here blog of mine. Why? Simply put, I don’t write “reviews” because I don’t think they’re enjoyable for my readers or effective for companies. As an active blog reader myself, I find straightforward reviews pretty boring. If I wanted to read solely about how lovely or terrible someone’s experience was at a certain place, I’d hop right on