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La Vía Poética

Pablo Neruda celebrated lemons, socks, artichokes, bees, broken things. He filled his odes with clocks and memory, thread and temptation, wine and dreams...

Ferocious Beauty

Wind throttled the shelter and smashed rain against the porthole above my bunk. Patagonia is notorious for its fierce weather; the elements had defined its brutal character. And when morning arrived I’d be out in one of its storms....

Amanda McKee: Exploring Patagonia’s New National Park

About two hours into our first hike, I stop dead in my tracks. To my right, a herd of guanacos perches on a rocky hillside nonchalantly nibbling on grass. To my left, the modest Aviles River tumbles down a small-scale slot canyon toward the Chacabuco...

Communing with the Moai on Easter Island

I recently returned from a one-week trip to Easter Island, the realization of a dream that began decades ago when I first saw photos of that remote Pacific island’s iconic stone heads. Despite all the photos I’d pored over in mystery and amazement through the decades,...