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South America

Chile and Argentina cover a lot of varied terrains: glaciers and the Andes (the Southern Alps), the ferocious, tree bending winds and iconic mountains of Torres del Paine, the wildlife on Chiloe Island, huge ranches (the grass is not very nutritional) with llamas jumping over fences meant to keep them in/out, Bariloche (Little Switzerland), Patagonia, cosmopolitan Buenos Aires with coffee bars everywhere and the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes.  And then there was the tango lesson, the chairlift ride, the Craft brewery visit, the horseback ride, the Limay River float and Eva Peron's gravesite.  And even though the pronunciation is a little different from what I hear in New York City (duh), I could understand some of the Spanish.  A lot to absorb.

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