Morry Moskovitz Photography | Chile
Modified 12-Mar-12
Created 4-Mar-12
27 photos

We travelled first to The largest city of Chile, Santiago, then toured the central portion. Its a lovely large clean and relatively safe city which is very reminiscent of North American cities. We then flew south to Puerto Montt in the Patagonian region of Chile. We were met by 3 days of constant rain, resulting in a mudslide avalanche taking out our return road. Luckily our bus and driver were waiting for us on the other side. We still had to cross the mud on foot. Excitement. Along the way, we visualized breathtaking mountains, a glacial lake with its aquamarine color and the inactive Volcano Osorno.
Bella Vista Section of SantiagoBella Vista Area, SantiagoCathedral in SantiagoSoon to be the tallest building in South AmericaRooftop Pool at Hotel Ritz-Carlton SantiagoGuards and Guard DogTour Group and Tag-alongMonument to the Indigenous People of ChileUnusual Musician on mountain funicularView of Santiago from Mountain TopSantiago Downtown-World Class CityPanorama of Downtown Santiago, SunsetSculpture and Architecture SantiagoBoats in Lake in Rainy Patagonia Region of ChileLake Todos los SantosMisty Day in Patagonia Region of ChileMisty Mountains in PatagoniaClearing in Patagonia, Southern ChileVolcano OsornoVolcano Osorno, Inactive

Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:South America
Subcategory Detail:Chile
Keywords:Chile, Lake Todos Los Santos, Osorno Volcano, Santiago