30 days of nature! I started my journey from Buenos Aires, but only to embark on a plane to Ushuaia, in Tierra del Fuego , the "fin del mundo" as the South Americans call it... And when you are there and look at the South, you know that over the Beagle Channel there are just more 950 km of navigation that separate you from the Antarctic continent! And you really feel yourself at the End of the World! I went on towards the North ,going through El Calafate to enjoy closer the Perito Moreno Glacier, from El Chalten to contemplate the granite Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre, where I dabbled with ‘some' ice climbing. Then I went towards West, Chile to Puerto Natales and I camped for a couple of days in the Parque Nacional Torres del Paine. After 3 days of sailing on a postal ferry in the Chilean Patagonia Channel, in the midst of breathtaking mountains with glaciers literally thrown themselves into the ocean , in the company of whales and seals t swimming around me, I arrived in Puerto Mont. I spent Christmas in Pucon, in Chilean Patagonia with 7 other travelers from all over the world. I went back Chile up by train to Santiago and then I returned by bus to Mendoza in Argentina. After having spent all day doing rafting on the Rio Mendoza, I had my New Year's Eve evening with a couple of Argentines known there, drinking Coca Cola and Fernet Branca (yes, you understood very well!) In a local disco. It's the first time in my life that I could get into a nightclub in flip flops and shorts on the New Year's Eve!