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HELP with New Year's Honeymoon in Peru and Patagonia :)

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we are getting married on the apocaliptic mayan day 21/12/2012, if we all survive, plan on spending xmas with our families, and then depart for our honeymoon for new year.

could you PLEASE help me with:

-- weather in perú for early january.

--stays in lima, cuzco, the sacred valley, ollataytambo, and or choquequirao.

--then we would fly to argentina or chile and head to patagonia. i know it's summertime there, but... should be cooler than BA or santiago

- which is the most beautiful? the chilean or the argentinian patagonia? any suggestions?

--have any of you stayed in cafayate? any suggestions

many thanks...and happy eclipse viewing to all

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