Hotel Los Coihues

Address: Pedro Aguirre Cerda 398, Chaiten, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pedro Aguirre Cerda 398, Chaiten, is near National Museum of History, Museo Artequin, Ex Congreso Nacional, and Salvador Allende Solidarity Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Chaiten

Only When It Rains

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Oct 16, 2014

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... May the 8th. Over the subsequent weeks the backed up Rio Blanco excavated a new course through ChaitÚn, completely destroying a significant part of it by July 2008. As if this wasn't bad enough, the government then decided to abandon ChaitÚn, cutting off all water and electricity and putting up military blockades to prevent citizens from returning to their homes. The poor people of ChaitÚn had to take the government to the Supreme Court just to be granted the right to ...

A remote town and a volcanic experience

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Aug 25, 2014

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... unfortunately though, from what I was able to dig up these only depart one night a week, on Sundays, so this wouldn't be possible;

2. Bus to Puerto Montt (north of Chiloe), and then a ferry from there to Chaiten. It was difficult to find information on these, and I heard a number of reports: they leave every night, or they leave twice a week on very inconvenient days for us, or perhaps only once a week;

3. Bus to Puerto ...


A travel blog entry by varney on Apr 23, 2014

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... lunch we headed up the nearby Hill by funicular (CLP2000) where we had a fantastic view over the sprawling, smog filled city. Have to admit that it is much more picturesque up close. We'll post some pictures when I get the chance.
Tomorrow we're jumping back on a plane and heading almost half way back to NZ to one of the remotest islands on Earth - Rapa Nui (Easter ...

The in between Dimension

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Feb 18, 2014

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... try it until a couple of hours after landing. Maybe that's a good thing though, things got pretty messy when Bruce Willis tried to call himself in 12 Monkeys. Maybe I just saved the world...

As you can probably tell by the rambling we are jetlagged as hell. Luckily Santiago is an easy city to like and simple to get around. Getting from the airport to our guesthouse consisted of a short bus and subway trip with the only hassle coming from taxi ...

Day 17: Travel Day to Santiago.

A travel blog entry by gregchinery on Jan 06, 2014

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It was an early start. We had breakfast with Stacey and said our goodbyes then headed to the bus station in Puerto Natales to catch the bus to Punta Arenas from where we would fly to Santiago. As it turned out we might as well have enjoyed a sleep in because the plane did not leave till 2.20pm and we disembarked from the bus at 10.30am. Killing the four hours at Punta Arenas airport was a drag. We arrived in Santiago around 5.00pm and our US$40 airport transfer guy ...