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  Travel Results: Chile
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28904   Across the Andes - Twice in Four Days! 
Tommie Sue Montgomery
It took General José de San Martín 21 days in January 1817 with 5,400 men, 1,500 horses, and 9,300 mules. They were the Army of the Andes and they were on their way to liberate ... Issue Date: 11 / 2012

25525   Easter Island: The Eyes that Speak to the Sky  
Doris Hamilton
Fresh pineapple on a stick, some of the best deep sea diving in the world, massive stone statues with a mysterious past, easy biking, succulent tuna, a volcano crater two and a ... Issue Date: 4 / 2007

25323   On Your Way to Paradise? You Must Be in Valparaíso, Chile!  
Doris Hamilton
a mystery for which i’ve no word except alive --- that is, completely alert with not merely a mind and a heart but unquestionably a soul… U.S. poet e. e. cummings ... Issue Date: 12 / 2006

20826   Blown Away in Patagonia: Chile's Torres del Paine National Park  
Todd Shapera
Patagonia''s wind may be unlike any other. We got blasted, again, midway into a tranquil hike to Lago Sarmiento. My guide, Natalie Grabinsky, and I were following a quiet trail ... Issue Date: 11 / 2000

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