We woke up in our last night of Torres del Paine national park feeling refreshed and a bit excited to be back in puerto natales that night. But there was plenty left to do before that! We got up and had breakfast quickly before Ann and I walked down to the kayaking area. We walkedContinue reading “A Final Ride in Patagonia “
Kayaking Upsala Lake during a mini ‘tsunami’ and living to tell the tale. Even better, exaggerating the story amongst ourselves over dinner that night.
We began the next morning of our hike through Torres del Paine with a beautiful breakfast of eggs, toast, and fire glazed granite towers made possible by a glowing sunrise. We may not have had the picture perfect view of the Torres de Paine when we hiked to the viewpoint the day before, but weContinue reading “The Road Less Traveled”
Let me tell you, there is nothing quite like traveling alone. It will bring you up against some of your strongest fears, force you to confront difficulties, and create confidence. There are also no competing itineraries as anything you want to do can be done. But it also creates so much time to yourself, which can be frightening.Continue reading “Going Solo through Patagonia”