From the cordillera to the capital

Last night in the cordillera—where to stay? Not in Bariloche but west of it, where it's possible to be immersed in mountains, lakes, and sky, rather than atrocious architecture and consumer products. We splurged with a night in a 5-star hotel: the Charming Hotel—who came up that rather silly name? It is on a cliff overlooking Lago Nahuel Huapi with...

Nature in Buenos Aires?

Buenos Aires located on southwest shore of Rio de la Plata estuary, the boundary between Argentina and Uruguay. To get to Patagonia, it's first necessary to go through Buenos Aires, a large bustling city where more than 1/3 of the country's 40 million people live. To get to Buenos Aires, we passed through Washington, D.C., now...

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Karen (here with Mt. Shasta in background) is a geology professor emerita who aims to provide a "pocket geologist" for world travelers. Follow the blog to explore the landscapes of our planet and figure out what causes them to look the way they do.

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