Creación de un estilo de vida sostenible en Patagonia パタゴニアでサステイナブルな暮らし作り
We're back in La Junta and the mountains are dusted with snow and look like giant cakes sprinlked with icing sugar and topped with blue skies. It's nice to be back from our vacation, which we especially enjoyed in Villa Angustura, where we found great nature and this unusual twisted trunk of an Alerce Tree.…Continue
Recently I have been writing articles for the mainstream media and our experience in Arrayanes National Park inspired me to write another. As you will see I am not exactly overjoyed by what I have seen. The forest of Arrayanes, also known as Alerce or Myrtle Trees, was however a treasure to behold.
THE SALE OF THE WORLD'S NATIONAL PARKS
Konomi and I are on a brief vacation with in the Village of La Angostura in…Continue
Natures designs are wonderful.
These are thistles that we encountered on our walk into Esquel, a small town at the foot of the Andes Mountains in Argentinian Patagonia.
Added by Paul Coleman on January 19, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Our hosts in Trevelin, the owners of Rincon del Sur cabanas, made sure we remembered the region well and following our trip to the nearby Tulip fields they took us to Alerce National Park, a thirty minute four wheel drive away in the nearby Andes.
Alerce trees can live for a few thousand years, and thrive in cold climates, which is good, because high in the… Continue
Added by Paul Coleman on November 13, 2009 at 8:57pm — No Comments
I took these photo's as we passed through Argentinian Patagonia on our way to build our home in La Junta, Chile.
They were a lovely site set with the Andes as a back drop and Konomi was very happy to see them.
So did our friends, the owners of Cabanas Rincon dels Sur,… Continue