Chile Travel Stories
Magellan may have been the first non-European to see Tierra del Fuego in 1532, but today, more than 154,000 visitors make the trek to the remote outpost each year.
 
TRAVEL Q&A: Patagonia Dreamin' (Post, November 20, 2005, Page P03)
 
A Heady Experience: It's a speck in the Pacific, thousands of miles from the mainland and barely populated. But on Chile's Easter Island, you're never alone. (Post, April 24, 2005, Page P01)
 
CHILE: Author, Author: A Literary Tour Of Santiago (Post, November 23, 2003, Page P01)
 
Endless Summer of Skiing? In Chile, Yes. (Post, June 29, 2003, Page P01)
 
Dry Run: Geologists call it an 'absolute desert,' but a drive across Chile's Atacama reveals a garden of unearthly delights. (Post, January 6, 2002, Page E01)
 

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