South of Santiago

January 13, 2010  |   Antarctic Peninsula Project, Blog   |   admin  |   0 Comment

A writer named Tahir Shah drew attention to the different atmosphere of places he’s visited.  This is palpably true of Punta Arenas, Chile.  It’s a city of 150,000 that manages to hide the fact.  The buildings are small scale, the sidewalks are decently wide, and the people walking on them are relatively few.  The atmosphere is not somnambulant, but unhurried.  ...

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