El Galpon

Address: La Jarilla s/n, Pisco Elqui, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel is located on La Jarilla s/n, Pisco Elqui.
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        Travel Blogs from Pisco Elqui

        Cycling Down from the Mountains

        A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Apr 22, 2015

        19 photos

        ... which Ben got all over his fingers and even in his lip. They were tricky to remove but Kori fished out the ones from his face at least. He even thought he had one in his tongue. In a little village, we pulled off the main road and visited a centre where artisans sell their wares. We reapplied sun lotion before perusing the stalls. The products were very high quality, especially the jewellery, which was delicate and original in style. This was a pleasant surprise, as ...

        Elqui Valley then night bus to Valparaiso

        A travel blog entry by hils80 on Feb 23, 2015

        ... that contained fruit from the valley - looked a gross brown colour but tasted nice. Then too bus to vicuña, wandered around the market and bought a new bracelet - could tell how much one from Colombia has faded - looks so dirty against other one. Then went to supermarket and bought some fresh chicken, avo and wraps then got bus back to la serena. Yummy dinner then chilled and then walked to bus station with all our stuff for our 11.40 ...

        Pisco Elqui

        A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jun 16, 2014

        5 photos

        After having 3 conflicting bits of advice about where I could get the Elqui valley bus other than the bus station, decided to troll all the way there with my ****, which meant an early start – really annoying as the bus was over hour late and passed right by the hostel – LP got it right!

        First priority was decent coffee on arrival, but it was barely that and at over 2, had to be my meal out ...

        King of the Bongo

        A travel blog entry by peteindira on Feb 25, 2014

        20 photos

        ... of the food and accommodations not appearing to be par with the costs we decided to only take on one half of the Chile marathon by working our way north.

        First though, a few days in Santiago were needed just to get our bodies adjusted to the new time zone. The jet lag from crossing the Pacific turned out to be the worst of the entire trip with both of us struggling with the change. Getting knocked out after putting away a couple ...


        A travel blog entry by benglot on Jan 27, 2014

        1 comment, 16 photos

        ... Serena, which was a 4 hour journey. We stopped at a large mall to gas up and get supplies, we tried to get directions but no one spoke English except a young lady that was getting gas at the same time. Fortunately she and her companions were going to where we wanted to go , otherwise impossible to find on our own through small villages and narrow mountain roads, the campgrounds are in the same location as the observatories . The drive which took a few hours ...