Travelblog SA#34: Punta Arenas – Chile

19th-23rd December 2018 Despite never crossing a border my flight to Punta Arenas from Santiago was over three hours long, demonstrating just how vast Chile’s boundaries extend from north to south. And I noticed the difference in climate as soon as I stepped off the plane and into the cool Patagonian air. It was evening.Continue reading “Travelblog SA#34: Punta Arenas – Chile”

Travelblog SA#33: San Pedro de Atacama, Santiago & Valparaíso – Chile

5th-19th December 2018 Chile was a bit of a culture shock. After months spent within Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia, I was suddenly in a much more modern country. The buses all had air conditioning, the streets were cleaner and everything just seemed more polished. But there were consequences to having these new comforts and conveniences.Continue reading “Travelblog SA#33: San Pedro de Atacama, Santiago & Valparaíso – Chile”

Travelblog SA#28: La Paz – Bolivia

9th-12th November 2018 La Paz, the highest administrative capital in the world. Its official attitude sits at 3,600 meters, but in reality when you are here chances are you could be much higher than that, as it is perched within towering peaks. It’s airport, based in a district known as ‘El Alto’, is 4,100. IContinue reading “Travelblog SA#28: La Paz – Bolivia”