Understanding Navimag January 9th 2006 NAVIMAG: (noun). 1. Ferry that transports passengers on a three day tour of the Patagonian Channels from Puerto Montt to Puerta Natales or vice versa. 2. Chilean torture technique (rumoured to have been developed by Pinochet) to drive people crazy by subjecting them to extreme periods of boredom, cow dung and cramped conditions. It is rumoured that it began running as a tourist venture several ... read more
South America » Chile » Magallanes Prior to the coming of the Spanish in the 16th century, northern Chile was under Inca rule while Araucanian Indians inhabited central and southern Chile; the latter were not completely subjugated until the early 1880s. Although Chile declared its ind... ... read more
I´m Tasmanian and that probably explains a lot. I also love to travel, particularly by bike ...
I´ve somehow survived cycling through England, Scotland, Ireland (though someone did steal my bike in Sligo which put an end to that), New Zealand, South Africa, South America and even Vietnam. OK, Vietnam was a cycling story without a bike and a clear demonstration of why, if you should ever be tempted, you shouldn't play touch football on an icy oval 30 minutes before the sun rises on a cold Tasmanian morning two days before heading off on an overseas holiday.
So this time's it's Europe... full info