Pristine, windswept wilderness encompassing half of Chile and one-third of Argentina. We visited El Calafate, Bariloche, and Peninsula Valdes
Bare desolate brown steppes contrasted with bright white snow capped mountains; iconic Ruta 40 traverses the region
From the air we could identify the exaggerated spires of the dazzling mountains of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, including exalted Mount Fitz Roy.
We arrived in Patagonia wearing our warm eponymous fleece jackets ready for the cold.....and the adventure of glaciers.
Av. Libertador is the main street, filled with tour companies, outdoor clothing shops, cafes and even a casino.
He worked at El Bulli in Spain. Here he makes Linda a special drink with 2 million year old glacial ice
In 1934, architect Ezequiel Bastille adapted Middle European styles into a tasteful urban plan. Bariloche is now known for its alpine architecture, given a unique Patagonian twist through the use of local hardwoods and stone construction as seen in Bastille’s civic center.
Bariloche is known for its alpine architecture, given a unique Patagonian twist through the use of local hardwoods and stone construction