Andes Lodge

Address: Fundo Yates S/N, Rio Puelo, Cochamo, Lake District, 5550525, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Fundo Yates S/N, Rio Puelo, Cochamo, is near Moon Valley (Valle de la Luna), Yale University, Sleeping Giant State Park, and New Haven Green.
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    ATTN: If you are unemployed, read me

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Oct 16, 2015

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    ... to my own self-deprecation.

    My 90 days (2,160 hours; simple math has diffused across my brain membranes as well) of unemployment, I had anticipated would be a pretty Zen era in my generally mediocre existence. My first week I read a beginner's guide on Hinduism and started become “one” with trees. I realize in the aftermath, I exhausted my ambition and expedited my onset of the homicidal strain of cabin fever.

    My expectations ...


    A travel blog entry by nangarner on Oct 03, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... the pace was really good. I like every place that we traveled to. Each was different. The architecture and art of Portugal and Spain are beautiful. Calatrava, Gehry and Gaudi!!! All different and fabulous. The food was too good! The Atlantic, Mediterranean and beautiful rivers - plazas, museums, route of Saint James - the history, people and cultures - made this trip an excellent one! We are so fortunate to have this opportunity and share it with each other and dear ...

    Mystic Seaport, Connecticut

    A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Sep 19, 2015

    4 photos

    ... ships around the world. Here you can see a number of historic vessels including the only ship remaining afloat from the once huge American fleet. That ship, the Charles W. Morgan, is the last wooden whaleship in the world and visitors to the museum can step aboard, as well as finding out more at the large and ...

    Escaping the Volcano. Save Our Salmon!

    A travel blog entry by heathernewson on Apr 25, 2015

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    The day after Volcan Calbuco erupted 26 miles North-West of where I was camping, we woke up to a haze of volcanic ash in the air and walked back down the valley to the hut at the entrance of the National Park to drink mate (pronounced mat-aye) with the men who live there while we waited for our lift. We were there for hours listening to the men's commentary on the volcano, and updates on where the ash was falling and which roads were closed.

    My First Fjord

    A travel blog entry by heathernewson on Apr 22, 2015

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    My 'travel goal' in Chile was to see a fjord (a valley originally carved by a glacier that, as the ice age finished and sea level rose, has been filled up with seawater) and Fjord Reloncavi is the most northerly in Chile, so I headed for that one as it gets colder further south and winter is coming, which would be fine but I don't have any space in my bag to put extra warm. I stayed at the most beautiful hostel. It was a ...