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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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... requires shedding anything that would impede or obscure the call. A true pilgrimage requires letting go of the very things most people try to hold onto. In seeking after what the soul desires we become pilgrims with no home but the path the soul would have us follow. As the old proverb says, “Before you begin the journey, you own the journey. Once you have begun, the journey owns you.” After all, what good is a dream that doesn’t test ...
... nor in Corral it transpired either.
By the time I’d got the lancha to Corral and then walked to the bus station, a small yellow hut, it was time to go. On days like this, cold too, you really know you are in Patagonia – cute little fishing villages with multi-coloured little wooden houses cascading down to the harbour. Most of the fishing seems to be diving for shellfish with compressors, but to do it ...
... from there. Stopped to admire the wonderful sea views from the barn, much better than from the house, and finally got back about 2.30pm having left at 9am.
Time for a quick sandwich and then back to the digging and firewood sorting as couldn’t get the mower to start. Knocked off about 7pm and cranked up the wood burner – Jorge showed me his trick with the flame thrower for getting it alight, but still hard work keeping it ...
... a bus without any kind of suspension) we finally arrived in Niebla (our local beach town thingie)
directly in front of its 'restaurant' complex.
It was about two in the afternoon so almost everyone just recently had some food but who cares :D we only live once :P.
So we had empanadas (little puff pastries stuffed with every kind of food really ;)) and - like always - some beer.
After that we went to the beach. l know it looks sunny ...
... my passport ;).
Flying with LAN is awesome. The seat and the service was really good (although everything was in Spanish and ordering breakfast was a challenge as I did not and still do not have any idea what the second menu included).
The food (Tortellini and “huevos revueltos”) was nice though.
At first, I had a family with two little children sitting in front of me but they left the plane in Madrid (thank God) ...