by Jessica Parra Nowajewski in Cool Travel on Monday 21 June 2010

Patagonia is more than a land of sheep and magnificent Asado al Palo (Patagonian BBQ). It’s also a land with a significant tradition, with people who love their land, and protect their customs. In Chile, in the Aysen region, two friends are working on a project that reflects how people live daily in a manner similar to that from more than a century ago.
Caricatures and brief but accurate descriptions make up the Good Manners Manual Book for Patagonia. Patricio Segura (writer) and Nelson Huenchunir (illustrator) have developed this manual, telling us about lifestyle and traditions, and covering topics like clothes, Patagonian lingo, food, games, and more. The manual will be first published in Spanish, but they are planning to create an English version, too.