Punta Arenas Revival – Visit a Bit of France in Remote Patagonia, Part 2
March 5, 2019
Sociedad Explotadora gave Punta Arenas a reason to exist. European flair of a prosperous port, outsized to the population and remote location was largely the work of one woman, Sarah Braun. Widowed at age thirty-one...
Punta Arenas Revival – Visit a Bit of France in Remote Patagonia, Part 1
February 26, 2019
Punta Arenas, Chile’s most southern city, was a vibrant place from the 1880s until the Panama Canal opened in 1914. Sheep ranchers from Patagonia brought their herds to the giant processing plant and shipping operations...
Release of the latest story book in the Cruise Through History series: Itinerary IX. Ports of South America
March 6, 2018
The thirty new stories in this 4th volume in the CTH series, begins in ports of Brazil and floats around South America to Colombia. At each port there are stories of the inspiring people, whose...