Hostal Dona Ines

Address: Manuel Rojas 2864, Arica, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Manuel Rojas 2864, Arica, is near El Morro de Arica, Parque Nacional Lauca, Catedral de San Marcos, and Lake Llanganuco.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Dona Ines Arica

      Reviewed by wildkriv

      A friendly and fun place...

      Reviewed Feb 16, 2014
      by (54 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Roberto, the owner, makes this hostel. We arrived very late on a Sunday night, and were immediately welcomed with a can of beer. A nice touch. Relaxed and comfortable atmosphere, great breakfast available all morning and generally clean. We had an en-suite room with cable TV, which was good, apart from the lock was broken so we had to just use a locker, but it felt quite safe anyway. The hostel is located 3km out of town but it was really easy to take a collectivo to and from city centre. Thank you, Roberto, for a great stay!

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      Travel Blogs from Arica

      Bienvenido a Chile!

      A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Feb 16, 2014

      13 photos

      We arrived in Arica, northern Chile, after our mammoth journey from Sucre (28 hours in total!)

      Arica, an urban beach resort, is a border town flush against Peru and close to Bolivia. The knobby headland of El Morro looms over the long swaths of sand, with El Cristo looking out towards Peru, symbolising peace between the two countries. The …

      Bad News

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jul 20, 2014

      13 photos

      ... that we could find on a Sunday night in downtown Arica--a restaurant/bar called SchopDog that sold refreshing pitchers of bad beer and "Titanica," a huge heaping plate of fries, melted cheese, guacamole, barbecue sauce, scallions, peppers, onions, beef and chorizo. It was like french-fry nachos. Still exhausted, we went home as soon as we finished the Titanica and slept for another 11 hours, leaving us well-rested for our Lauca adventures.

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      The road to perdition

      A travel blog entry by chilledbeans on Apr 13, 2014

      4 photos

      ... s one hell of a bus journey (Google maps helpfully gives the distance as 2628km with a rather optimistic walking time of 22 days 7 hours!). Judging the fuel is a serious business, the occasional abandoned wreck, un-rusted in the dry air, paint abraded by sand and wind, stripped of tyres and any useful parts, testament to those who failed. Pozo Almonte provides fuel and refreshments. We sit in the park eating ice cream and relaxing in the sun. Now ...

      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by travel2013-2014 on Jan 07, 2014

      Visited downtown and church. Now sitting at cafe. Freddie is studying and I went to grocery shopping and visited small streets. It's sooooo hot and walking outside with shots made me too dehydrated. In the afternoon we made our traveling plan in chile since buying tickets for the ...

      Days 75 - 77: From Peru to Chile's Arica

      A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Dec 30, 2013

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... I'm pretty sure that when we arrived at 5pm the owner and his new wife were still sleeping the party off. When we did meet him, he lived up to his reputation. A big gregarious Chilean with a booming voice who was quick to welcome us and confess that yes, he was now a married man, "proof that no one is perfect". He also filled the image of being a big kid the next morning, when we woke up and went downstairs to the courtyard for our breakfast ...