Camel Active Travel Stories 2016 – We set off into a country that knows more than one border. There can be no smooth transitions between desert and rain forest, beach and mountains, endless glaciers and vibrant cities. These completely different landscapes and places stand alone, each exuding their own unique charm. We have no idea what awaits us in Chile, but we do know that traveling always means crossing borders. Geographical and cultural ones. And those in our heads. Models Sam Webb, Julian Schneyder, Julien Sabaud and Mirte Maas in Santiago de Chile for the new Autumn/Winter 2016 active apparel, Camel Active Travel Stories 2016.
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You can’t discover Santiago just by visiting its tourist attractions – this immediately becomes clear to us! So we let ourselves drift and keep our eyes open – for special places, here often hidden behind closed doors. We stumble upon a fantastic second-hand record shop. Gradually, like a jigsaw puzzle, our image of Santiago de Chile comes together. It feels so different and yet somehow familiar. We find ourselves in the southern hemisphere, at the foot of the mighty Andes. The sun passes through north at midday, and yet the city has an unequivocally European feeling. Even the Spanish spoken by the Chileans sounds familiar until we realise that this is home to the true masters of talking faster than lightning and swallowing endings. Despite this, we quickly start up conversations – after all, in Chile, strangers are always treated as friends.