Cabanas Costa Verde

Torre Blanca 125, Vina del Mar, Chile | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Vina del Mar

An American in Chile/Spiders, Scorpions, Earthquak

A travel blog entry by augsabroad

... oh my! The first day, Heather warned us that one of the most venomous recluse spiders on the continent lived in the region, and that occasionally, especially cleaning, we would be running into them. We were also located at least an hour away from any major hospital. She told us not to be concerned, but just aware. Naturally, both Natalie and I spent an hour tossing and turning in bed that night imaging the spiders in our sheets. We also checked our beds ...

Viña and Santi [+ What I've Learned About Chi

A travel blog entry by lizabee

... and soon we return to the big street of restaurants. We try a pizza place called Diego's Pizza, where the extra large salads were notable, though the same could not be said about its namesake. Kalagen Hostel shelters us for the night as we prepare for another step of the journey. Day 22 - We check out of Kalagen early an head straight home to the beach. We practice our Spanish leaning against our backpacks in the sand in the shade of morning gloom. Our ...

Oh we do like to be beside the seaside

A travel blog entry by ninaandjack


... against the window, making me smile. Safe to say he is going to enjoy his new job... There are so many excitable kids on the train, clutching buckets and spades for their day at the beach. Funny how you can travel to the other side of the world yet some things are exactly the same. Jack and I laugh, remembering beach days as kids and getting brain freeze in the North Sea. If I showed you a photograph of the seafront here, with its ...

Graffiti capital

A travel blog entry by cheeseandcarrie


... but we decided to join the free walking tour anyway. We met with 11 others in a small square along the road. The guide spoke good english and had a sence of humour. He said yesterday he started with 3 tourists and 1 dog and finished with 3 tourists and 18 dogs!! We walked around the city for 3 hours and learnt alot about the art and buildings. We also got to use Ascensores (lifts) which take you up the steep hillsides. After the tour while walking home we were interviewed for ...

Mendoza, Valparaiso & Santiago

A travel blog entry by jana_and_daryn


... classical music playing from somewhere down the street while shaving Daryn’s head; it was very relaxing – probably less so for Daryn as I was holding the razor.

Our final South American stop: Santiago. As we’ve already posted about Santiago I will keep this short: we ate ice cream, drank margaritas and went to the pool… that’s pretty much it.

South America has been absolutely amazing, the blog / ...


This campground, located on Torre Blanca 125, Vina del Mar, is near La Sebastiana (Pablo Neruda's House), Plaza Sotomayor, Futaleufu River, and San Rafael Glacier and Lagoon.
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