Patrick was born to travel with his mother being from Argentina and his father from London. Growing up on the seacoast of New Hampshire he graduated from the University of New Hampshire and lived in Washington D.C. for three years. In 2011, Patrick took the trip of a lifetime backpacking for 6 months starting in Colombia and working his way down through South America visiting Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. Patrick decided to follow his passion for travel by joining Audley. He has been to his mother country of Argentina almost every year of his life and most recently took a trip through Argentina and Chile with Audley which included visits to wineries, witnessing geysers at 14,000ft in the driest desert in the world and trekking in Patagonia. While not working you can find Patrick hiking or skiing, running along the Charles River, or traveling to explore this beautiful world we live in.
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Our twelve day Audley trip across Cuba exceeded our expectations.
Ron Haak traveled to for 12 days in March 2017, organized by Patrick H
Our twelve day Audley trip across Cuba, starting in the west and finishing in Havana, exceeded our expectations. We had been advised that the accommodations, food, and roads wouldn't be quite up to what we typically encounter. And that was good advice, but all those things were fine, no doubt aided by the good planning and oversight of Audley and their Cuba partner as well as the excellent quality of our driver and guides. Our advice to anyone thinking about a Cuba trip is to go now!
I'll never forget when…
The wind was howling at over 50 mph and the time was 6:30 in the morning. I began my ascent to the base of the towers in Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chile's Patagonia. The rain combined with the wind gave a prickling sensation as the water hit my face. Not a person in sight I crossed a river and began the climb. From a distance I could see a rainbow form just at the same time that the sun appeared over the mountain horizon. I got my camera out and was able to capture the sunrise with a full rainbow! 3 hours later as I reached the pointy knifelike ridges of Torres Del Paine the weather cleared and I had the iconic view all to myself.