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    Patagonia pics.

    Some random shots from our trip. Over 110k of hiking (trekking) 14 days and a few beers and pisco sours consumed. Will edit later, bear in mind I am not a professional photographer!

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/zmEtsLjquL4amynDA
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    Those were beautiful. Actually magnificent. That must have been an incredible trip. Just WOW!

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice !

    I went and looked it up in Google Maps that’s pretty far south and explains why the warm clothing in the middle of summer.

    Pretty area I hope to visit someday, thanks for sharing.

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    Glacial ice makes me thirsty.

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    Breathtaking.

    Unbearably beautiful.

    That looks like the trip of a lifetime.

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    Yep, dat's da joint! Outstanding!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akirasho View Post
    Glacial ice makes me thirsty.
    You know at the end of the glacier trek they chip ice from the glacier and serve whisky on the rocks with the 350 year old ice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nOOky View Post
    You know at the end of the glacier trek they chip ice from the glacier and serve whisky on the rocks with the 350 year old ice.
    Hoping they avoid the yellowed areas.
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    Outstanding!!! Thank you for sharing them, trip looks like it was well worth it.

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    Beautiful country, Nooks, must've been a real fun trip.

    And the photos confirm that llamas are just adorable no matter what. Even if one did spit green goo on my sister once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SystemShock View Post
    Beautiful country, Nooks, must've been a real fun trip.

    And the photos confirm that llamas are just adorable no matter what. Even if one did spit green goo on my sister once.
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