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Chilóe and the end of the world
Through the words and photographs of Ángel Martínez we travel to the Chiloé Island, a remote place in Chile where the waters of the Pacific break the waves on its western coast that some name as the end of the world. There are hardly any populations except Cucao and the jungle is impassable. Darwin himself found some shipwrecked in this area so isolated that they had remained on the island unable to leave.
Angel, upon his arrival in Chiloé, examined a map of the island and, when locating in it the remote population of Cucao, had no doubt what his objective would be in his journey through the island. In his blog he tells us about his adventures around the island of Chiloé and this place as far away from the world as Cucao.
The Way of the Nidaros
Rafa Pérez is doing the Nidaros Way. It's about a pilgrimage on foot in Norway several weeks touring one of the most desolate and beautiful places in the Nordic country.
The route follows in the footsteps of Saint Olav and together with the Way of Saint James, that of Rome and Jerusalem, constitutes one of the great Pilgrimage Paths of old Europe. From the city of Oslo to the Nidaros Cathedral, in Trondheim, there is a complete 640-kilometer route where there is apparently no usual rush to see the Camino de Santiago to find accommodation in the hostels and the stages and experiences are not counted by stamps.
You can follow their exciting adventure and stunning photographs through their category called Camino de los Nidaros
Starry nights in Norway (c) @rafaperez_