Perito Moreno Glaciar, Los Glaciares National Park, Patagonia, Argentina.

Perito Moreno Glaciar, Los Glaciares National Park, Patagonia, Argentina.

Chile, So. America. Amazing variety of climate and terrain.

Chile, So. America. Amazing variety of climate and terrain.

Church- The Wooden Churches of Chiloe Island, Chile, photo by Gunga Jim Downs - Bing Images

Church- The Wooden Churches of Chiloe Island, Chile, photo by Gunga Jim Downs - Bing Images

Church- The Wooden Churches of Chiloe Island, Chile, photo by Gunga Jim Downs - Bing Images

Church- The Wooden Churches of Chiloe Island, Chile, photo by Gunga Jim Downs - Bing Images

Patagonia, Chile. The name Patagonia comes from the Spanish word patagón used by Magellan to describe the native people that his expedition thought to be giants. The Patagons were actually Tehuelches with an average height of 5′11″ compared to the 5′1″ average for Spaniards of the time.

Patagonia, Chile. The name Patagonia comes from the Spanish word patagón used by Magellan to describe the native people that his expedition thought to be giants. The Patagons were actually Tehuelches with an average height of 5′11″ compared to the 5′1″ average for Spaniards of the time.

Patagonia, Chile. The name Patagonia comes from the Spanish word patagón used by Magellan to describe the native people that his expedition thought to be giants. The Patagons were actually Tehuelches with an average height of 5′11″ compared to the 5′1″ average for Spaniards of the time.

Patagonia, Chile. The name Patagonia comes from the Spanish word patagón used by Magellan to describe the native people that his expedition thought to be giants. The Patagons were actually Tehuelches with an average height of 5′11″ compared to the 5′1″ average for Spaniards of the time.

Penguins on Isla Magdalena, Punta Arenas, Chile

Walking with penguins on Isla Magdalena in Chile (Travel Video)

Penguins on Isla Magdalena, Punta Arenas, Chile

Walking with penguins on Isla Magdalena in Chile (Travel Video)

#Chile Been there done that, just feels like we didn't go to the right places....perhaps one day we will return ;?

#Chile Been there done that, just feels like we didn't go to the right places....perhaps one day we will return ;?

The Hand of the Desert (La Mano del Desierto) is an 11-meters-tall sculpture, in the shape of a hand, rising up from the Atacama Desert, in Chile. by Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrázabal.

The Hand of the Desert (La Mano del Desierto) is an 11-meters-tall sculpture, in the shape of a hand, rising up from the Atacama Desert, in Chile. by Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrázabal.

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