Alejandro Chaskielberg discovered and immediately fell under the spell of the El Hoyo labyrinth when on a camping trip in Patagonia with his young daughter Lara. The place cast a spell on everyone wandering through it, the young and the old, giving joyous pleasure to all. A romantic at heart, Chaskielberg became even more intrigued when he found out that...
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