Three years ago today I visited the Patagonian town of Chaitén, Chile, five years after it drowned in a river of volcanic ash. Much of it still looked the image above.
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Thoughts on Holocaust Remembrance Day as one of Europe’s darkest chapter fades further from memory and into history.
An illustrated guide with video, too.
Waiting for the bus in a small Patagonian crossroads village along the Carretera Austral.
Enjoying the sun in the southernmost reaches of Chilean Patagonia.
One final look back at the site’s best year, and a brief glance forward.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to arrive at a remote location and have an entire village turn out to greet you, it might look something like this.
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On site with one of Latin America’s finest contemporary street muralists
From the remote reaches of Bolivia’s southwest.
Juice vendors, Wonder Woman and a butterfly shop
Current head of armed forces and army chief among those implicated in damning Human Rights Watch report
On one of the most sinister war crimes in Colombia’s horrific recent history