Monthly Archives: April 2012

Democracy and Asados in Chile

Patricio Lanfranco, known by some as the Ambassador to the Dwarfs of Tinquilco (well, by me anyway), is one of those people who constantly surprises. He reminds me of one of those Russian dolls, or certain boxes, which you open … Continue reading

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Hippies, Hiking, and Happiness

El Bolson, Argentina I stepped off the bus in El Bolson and was greeted by azure skies. Drumbeats floated through the warm afternoon air, landing sweetly in my ears. I have no maps or guidebooks for Argentina, so I show … Continue reading

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Dear readers…

You are still there aren’t you? I sure hope so… I’m sorry I have been neglecting you lately, I have been trying for many days to post and with slow internet connection cannot upload any photos. It’s no fun without … Continue reading

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Protesting in Aysen

Let’s start this with a disclaimer. The information for this post has been obtained by listening to the stories of people who were in the Aysen region during the beginning of the protests as well as from various internet news … Continue reading

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