Japanese people don’t know much about Chile except that it has copper, which made me curious about Chile.
The unique length and shape of Chile made me more curious.
One day, I was travelling down the coastline of Chile to the south.
Most of the coastline looked deserted compared to Japan, but I enjoyed it.
On my way, I jumped a channel and found out about a fascinating Chiloe Island that is registered as a World Heritage site.
After leaving Chiloe, the coastline was getting complicated.
The south area of Chile is a subarctic zone similar to Scandinavia.
I went on wondering when I would get to the southern end of the South American Continent.
However, the coastline shifted suddenly.
I couldn’t find any connections between the pieces of the coast!!
We had never learnt at school in Japan that the southern end of the South America is not a part of continent but an island...
I can discover many facts about world geography on Google Earth.
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The Republic of Chile is one of the farthest places on Earth from Japan. Japanese people don’t know much about Chile except that it has copper, which made me curious about Chile. The unique length and shape of Chile made me more curious. One day, I was travelling down the coastline of Chile to