Tineo Patagonia glacier 

On my last day at the farm I wanted to take it slow. I tented to hang out with people, sleep in, and relax while enjoying the day. So of course I ended up going on a three hour hike– most of it on hands and knees– up to a glacier. As much as the…

Santiago (all I do is crossfit), Chile

Staying out of hostels has been one of my goals for this portion of my trip. I spent almost my whole trip in south east Asia in hostels, with other back packers. And while this is definitely an experience, it wasn’t the experience I wanted for South America. Before going to Santiago I had stayed…

Puerto Montt, Chile

Before arriving in Puerto Montt multiple people warned me about the lack of security and  general safety in the city. (Of course I only hear all this the day or two before I get there) Therefor arriving into the train station, at eleven o’clock at night, without any idea of where I was going to…

Futaleufu and surrounding areas, Chile

Here a some pictures I managed to take of the areas surrounding Tineo Patagonia and Futaleufu, Chile.   

Chaiten, Chile 

I spent a total of one month and a day at Tineo Patagonia. I don’t have enough time, words, or patience to fully articulate how much I enjoyed my time there. The Monday of February 23rd I left my little home in Futaleufu to continue my travels. After sitting on the side of the road…

La Vaca, Tineo Patagonia 

(the cow)  There once was a cow. A lonely, thirsty cow, living in the waterless top pasture at Tineo Patagonia. New to the campo it had not yet established a name or true owner for itself; someone to attended to its water needs.  Thankfully this was all about to change, for on the horizon was…

Home, Tineo Patagonia

Have you ever met someone and felt like you’ve arrived home? When short conversations easily turn to long conversations. When a question about work turns into a twisting and winding adventure through the paths and stories that have shaped you into the person currently sitting on the porch? I found this rare unicorn (this ones…

La Familia, Tineo Patagonia

I was a nanny for majority of my time while on the farm. Even though I also coordinated the volunteers, they only needed a few minutes in the morning before I headed up to “the house”. “The house” is the personal home of M and F about 25 minutes, by foot, from the farm. Most…

By the looks of things, Tineo Patagonia

Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to take as many pictures as I wanted to take of the farm and surrounding areas but here are a few I was able to take. I never grew tired of the scenery here. Every day the mountains, glacier, and surrounding lands took my breath away.