Kasatobalaba Hostel

Address: San Pio X 2441 Providencia, Santiago, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Providencia area of Santiago, is near Paseo Ahumada, La Parva Ski Village, Termas de Chillan, and Paseo Huerfanos.
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      It has to start somewhere!

      A travel blog entry by jcarlin on Jan 08, 2015

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... male an female eye candy shots (he, he, that got you interested - they really are very stylish here and I feel very okka - I will show you tomorrow), red footed boobies (the birds), turtles and maybe piranhas...

      Oh and a couple of you said I should take selfies. Not going to happen, but how about this (below) with my iPad in the Auckland lounge? I think no more. ;)

      ps sorry for typos. Will get better. Am excited to post

      JC. Xx


      The day of tourist adventures

      A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Nov 06, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... selling roasted nuts, fairy floss, traditional Chilean drinks (mote con huesillo) and people eating icecream. As I I naked the amazing smells, I felt excitement grip my chest. Grabbing a drink and sitting down to admire the view, I couldn't believe the urban sprawl of santiago and how far it reached. And being able to see the Andes in the background was phenomenal. I was so glad it was a clear day and I had a relatively decent view. I headed up the steps ...

      Working in Santiago

      A travel blog entry by hawkness on Jun 09, 2014

      3 photos

      ... br> I am thinking that I would like to transition over to the new place as, if I can get enough hours there (30-40), I can live off just the one job. However, during the transition, I will have to work quite a bit more than I am used to (got to love France!), since the online job is 30 hours minimum. With enough hours at the new job, I can afford the expensive activities I have decided I need in my life like snowboarding as much as possible and visiting the ...

      STGO - City Life and Theft

      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Apr 23, 2014

      11 photos

      ... like an airport with time, lot number and name of the burial. As with all old cemeteries your wealth depicts how you get buried, either a government mausoleum, your family mausoleum or even your own. There was also coffins in the walls which your family rented for three years unless you can afford the $1000 price tag. If they couldn't come up with the cash you were removed to a communal grave. Once you own the hole in the wall you can put as many bodies in as you like, one has ...

      Ahhhh santiago

      A travel blog entry by augsabroad on Mar 14, 2014

      4 photos

      ... see the crowds, and get a lay of the land. Surprisingly, there wasn't much going on in terms of celebration or ceremony in the city, but we later learned that the official ceremony took place in Valparaiso. Still, there was a surprising lack of energy given the event. We explored the main commercial street, a few churches, an old cobble-stone colonial part of the center, and relaxed at a cafe for a bit. There we learned that when you order iced coffee, what you get is coffee served ...