Hostal Nomade

Regimiento Coquimbo 5, Coquimbo, ., Chile | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Regimiento Coquimbo 5, Coquimbo, is near Totoralillo, La Recova Municipal Market, Fray Jorge National Park, and Coquimbo Casino.
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    A travel blog entry by ewtodd on Mar 21, 2014

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... iron ore,copper, gold ans semi-precious stones. The landscape looked like a desert with oases of trees and small settlements.

    Saturday March 22nd
    At sea.

    Sunday March 23rd
    At sea. Eric's cough is getting worse and by noon he is running a temp. We went off to see the doctor and he put Eric on antibiotics, cough medicine and tylenol for the fever as well as put him in isolation. Now he cannot go to machu Picchu with me tomorrow.

    Day 6

    A travel blog entry by tsundy on Mar 18, 2014

    ... the guy who ran the Hostel. He was so lovely. We then caught a taxi to the bus terminal at about 8pm and spend 3 hours there til our first night bus 11.15pm) to Santiago. The bus was gross, and had lots of vapour on the windows - probably due to the quantity of people and cold. Also there was two annoying kids in front of us who did that annoying whining thing. Crying but not actually crying. I managed to sleep a little, but not really that ...

    Coquimbo, La Serena, Elqui Valley Chile

    A travel blog entry by adpoor on Nov 03, 2013

    6 photos

    ... a tsunami after the massive earthquake in Japan in 2011. There was a 6.8 earthquake here last Thursday but no visible damage.

    We ventured about 50 kilometers up the fertile Elqui valley and then up a side valley to the village of Pisco. On the way back, we stopped in Vicuna, birthplace of Gabriela Mistral, a Chilea poet honored with the Nobel prize for literature.

    Mate, that Mate is good

    A travel blog entry by danarol on Aug 17, 2013

    21 photos

    ... in Valparaiso where we couldn't get any sleep because of the music outside, La Serena was more peaceful and a lot more laid back. However at about 2am we were woken by a noise that sounded like babies being tortured. We figured out it was cats outside in the courtyard so the only thing for it was to give them a shower, or you could say a drowning with water, that shut them up. We later found out August is apparently 'cat month' where they are on heat, that explained ...


    A travel blog entry by elevy on Mar 14, 2013

    ... the island with their chicks. A giant cruise ship had stopped not far off the island and was transporting all of its guests to this tiny island and it was soon over run with rich old tourists from Europe which really spoilt the beauty of the Island. When we made it back to mainland the fisherman and landed and had been followed by a HUGE seal. At the time we were told it was an elephant seal but on hindsight it definitely wasnt because it didnīt have a big floppy nose ...