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National Geographic Traveler gets “Intelligent” on Chile

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If you take a look at Chile on the map, you will see that this long chili pepper of a country has a desert (make that Atacama), mountains (Andes for starters; look closer and you’ll see the Coastal Range as well), then there’s the Pacific Ocean, of course, all down it’s western side. If you think about it, you might deduce that this means a pretty wide assortment of landscapes and climates,which, in return should lead to a number of different cultural adaptations. Right?

Follow along with  Giovanna Palatucci as she blogs about her own discoveries about Chile on a recent trip for National Geographic Traveler:

Intelligent Travel, National Geographic Traveler’s blog Out of Office:

Out of Office: Chile Wine Tourism Beyond the Vine

Come for the wine, stay for everything else: horseback riding, astronomical observatories, Chilean rodeo, and more…

Out of Office: Authentic Chile

Giovanna discovers traditional “Rari” handicrafts, the cueca, traditional dishes (pastel de choclo particularly caught her eye), and wine, of course, plenty of wine…

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