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TravelPod Member ReviewsBosque Nativo Valdivia
Excellent hostel. Lovely wooden building with good communal area and kitchen. Large double room with en-suite, great shower. Super breakfast: fresh juice, good coffee, cereal, yoghurt, toast, cake. Friendly staff and very well maintained, clean building. Good location close to city centre.
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Valdivia is the seat of German culture in Chile and the most important university town in the south of the country. This has led to the winning formula of atmospheric bars and great beer. The weather continued to be a bit miserable so a boat cruise to visit nearby forts was unappealing. Instead we located 'La Ultima Frontera', a bohemian cafe-bar …
... the old place, starting your hero journey, following your bliss.
You throw off yesterday as the snake sheds its skin.
The goal of the hero trip down to the jewel point is to find those levels in the psyche that open, open, open, and finally open to the mystery of your Self being Buddha consciousness or the Christ.
That’s the journey.
It is all about finding that still point in your mind where commitment ...
... Ale to sample a bit more before going for lunch.
We drove to the Kunstmann Brewery where we had planned to have a German style lunch and a tour, but when we arrived we were told they were closing at 3pm for private event. Their tables were full at moment so a quick bite to eat was out of question and for some unknown reason we couldn't do the last tour which was in 45 minutes. The way in which we were told all this will certainly not ...
... to do it in front
of the ferry dock seemed dangerous.
The bus took the scenic coast of rocky headlands and little
sandy bays, with lovely clear calm water today and grassy sheep fields, with
cala lilies and fuschia growing naturally. Some of the place names were
uninspiring though – who wants to live in Palo Muerto (dead stick)?
Chahuin, the end of the road (tarmacked) was a tiny little
More noisy neighbours, even more elephantine both after 11
and from 6-6.45am – what have I done to deserve these selfish gits? Do they
think that just because they can’t hear me, that I can’t hear them – in this
traditional style clapboard house the walls and floors are half an inch thick
wood – nice to look at from the outside but horribly noisy to live in.
Therefore had time for 3 cups of coffee before ...