There are a few destinations so iconic — even fabled — that they draw adventure-seekers from around the world. Cape Horn, the southernmost headland of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago of southern Chile, fits the bill. The rocky terrain extends into Drake Passage, rising to a height of 1,391 feet. 150 years ago the trip… read more of “Rounding Cape Horn:…”
South America is full of contrasts. From the piercing blue ice of Antarctica to the lush jungles of the Amazon, it’s a continent that truly has something for everyone.
Carsten Korch, Chief Editor and Founder of Living in Peru, is currently sailing aboard Veendam’s 21-Day South America and Antarctica Holiday Voyage with his family. While aboard the ship he will chronicle his cruising experience for us on the blog. Enjoy! December 24-25, 2012: Buenos Aires was HOT – 37 degrees celsius, so we needed… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
Day 20 – Jan. 25 Yesterday was a bittersweet day. The first segment of our 112-day World Cruise ended, and 90 passengers, including some friends we had made onboard, disembarked, while others embarked – a chance to make new friends during our second segment from Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Sydney, Australia. A word about our… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
Here are photos from our recent Montevideo Highlights excursion in Uruguay. Enjoy the pictures!