Cerro Santa Lucia juts up 200 feet from the nearly-flat city around it, giving this Santiago Park a mystery and history all its own.
Indoors and out, new and used, food or not, everything's for sale in Santiago, from near-trash to treasures. Time for a walk through it!
Valparaiso's fabulous Palacio Baburizza, named for its longtime owner, serves today as the city's Fine Arts museum. PHeymont shows it off.
Barrio Brazil is one of the older neighborhoods in Santiago. It was spared damage during the past several earthquakes, and it has some really fascinating doors.
Jonathan L took a cruise from Valparaíso Chile to San Francisco. Here is his first report, from Coquimbo and Arica Chile
Jonathan L takes us on a visit to Chile's vibrant port city, Valparaíso, noted for its colorful houses, and for its steep hills.
Jonathan L takes a trip to Santiago Chile and explores the neighborhoods and street art.
Santiago matches up artists with owners of blank walls, and a city-wide plethora of unusual street art is the result.
Gumbo was at the top of Cerro Santa Lucia in Santiago Chile
The giant figures of Easter Island have long fascinated visitors, not only for their size and cultural importance but also for their process of creation.
You can have relatively easy access to and can get quite close to a large colony of Magellanic penguins in Otoway, Chile.
Some snapshots and memories of a roadtrip across the empty Patagonian steppe.
Amazing Street Art in Santiago Chile
For obvious reasons, Torres del Paine is South America's most popular national park.
Puerto Natales is a small town in the Patagonian region of Chile. Formerly a sheep-ranching town, it's now a gateway to Torres del Paine park, as well as to the giant sloth caves in the region. It's small, but has a lot of colorful art.