By Luciana Queratti
A 1:50-hour trip from Santiago towards the south of Chile, flying parallel to the Andes Mountains, brings you to Chiloé.
An archipelago in the Pacific Ocean, almost isolated and with low temperatures.
One day it rains; the next, it pours, but it opens up to an eye-popping sun on the third day.
A place with typical wooden houses, sixteen world heritage churches, and myths and legends that are still deeply rooted.
With over 200 kinds of potatoes and a clove of giant garlic nicknamed elephant. Of wild nature, lakes, and rich wetlands.
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