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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 …
... is compassion.
When you have come past the pairs of opposites, you have reached compassion.
The goal is to bring the jewel back to the world, to join the two things together.
The separateness apparent in the world is secondary.
Beyond that world of opposites is an unseen (but experienced) unity and identity in us all.
Today, the planet is the only proper “in group.”
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... by a semolina desert smothered in a amaretto sauce. All very nice and not too expensive either.
We left the car where it was parked and walked over the bridge into the city itself. There were heaps of sealions basking in the sun on the pontoons that were anchored just under the bridge.
There was a tourist information office by the river and the guys were very helpful with not only information on Valdivia but in the ...
... 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 ...