Hospedaje Mirador

Barros arana 127, Castro, Isla Chiloe, Chile | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by suebar

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... numbers of those that showed us but then we looked at them all again to decide whether or not we wanted to buy any of them. At least where there were long gaps between photos of us we could get on and read or play solitaire while just keeping a watchful eye on the photograph numbers. We made our final lists, filled in the order forms and then went along to one of the bars to hand them in and pay for them Once we had got that sorted went outside on deck ...

51. Chiloe - Ancud, Dalcahue, Chonchi, Castro

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... tsunami was coming. Every channel covered the story with live updates and soon the whole coast was advised to evacuate, even where we were in the south. A car went around the village with a siren and loud speaker telling people to go to high ground. One girl left the hostel which made us feel a bit unsure what we were supposed to do. The others were pretty confident that nothing would happen and were joking around so in the end we just had another drink (a "piscola"). ...

Chiloe wins Chile

A travel blog entry by henry.and.sarah

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A few days (too few) on the island of Chiloe with some of our fellow volunteers from Frutillar: Anna, Dave & Swann. The seafood is amazing (we bought a huge salmon, which fed the five of us for two days, for two quid, including cleaning), the scenery immense and the wool rugs colourful. Oh, and there's wildlife - just on the half-hour ferry ride over there, we saw dolphins, sea lions & ...

Oh the Great Southwest

A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin

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... not bad if overnight (quite accustomed). The only diference was it was the southwest, far from the north with colorful homes and boats, clearer water, more shellfish, huge jellyfish, and some drunk fishermen.

It was off season so I did not get to do some things on the list, such as see penguins....darn!!!! I guess I will have to keep waiting....The start was a bit unorganized because of the unknown facts regarding activities. I explored the city ...

Chiloe / Castro, Chile

A travel blog entry by ina01nl

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Famous for its colorful wooden houses on stilts – palafitos – Castro is located on the island of Chiloe and is the third oldest continually inhabited city in all of Chile. From its founding (1576) to its incorporation into the Viceroyalty of Peru (1767), Castro grew in relative isolation. This allowed a unique mythology and culture to grow which combined the belief system of the local Cuncos with the religion and superstition of the Spanish colonists. While Castro's growth was ...

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This hotel, located on Barros arana 127, Castro, is near Church of Castro and Chiloe National Park.
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