Hotel Isla Seca

Address: Camino Costero Ruta F-30-E No 31, Zapallar, Chile | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Camino Costero Ruta F-30-E No 31, Zapallar.
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      Travel Blogs from Zapallar

      Housewife/would be alcoholic!

      A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Apr 26, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... I was singing my heart out to an eclectic mix of music including Elvis, The Blues Brothers and Adel! There is a high probability that if I were ever to become a housewife, which I realise is unlikely for more than one reason, I would also become an alcoholic. Sweeping is so much more fun tipsy!! Now if you'll excuse me I'm off to cook lunch for the **** heads, oh oopse slip of the tongue sorry, I mean the ...

      Last leg lap of luxury

      A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Apr 21, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      For a while I was bummed out that no matter what I would never be able to afford a house like this until I talked myself out of it on the understanding that I most certainly could rent a house like this any damn time I felt like it.
      We finally got the rental car I had lusted after the whole trip, a Chevy Spark GT. 1.2 litres of pure power that comes on within minutes of mashing the gas pedal to the floor and handling like a bike with out of round wheels. ...

      Ritoque Raices

      A travel blog entry by travel.sim.mike on Apr 06, 2012

      50 photos

      ... the U S of A", a very funny all American girl.
      We spent our days lazing on the beach, going the visit Huleo at the local market, playing with the dogs, speaking broken Spanish to Felipe and Christian, drinking beer at the local restaurant, cooking massive meals together and just enjoying life by the beach.

      After the Easter weekend, when all the dirty city kids left, the entire hostel got down and dirty and did a beach cleanup. Something ...

      Beaches and BBQs

      A travel blog entry by samandtom on Feb 26, 2011

      16 photos

      ... a beautiful beach made up of three huts, 15 minutes’ drive from the nearest town, and a local community who instantly loved and wanted to help all residents of the hostel. We spent our days battling the waves of the Pacific on surf/boogie boards to various degrees of success and our evenings chipping into the communal hostel BBQs, including a birthday party we through for the hostel owners 6 year old kid – we didn’t get a discount on the bill, how ...

      Playa Ritoque: My Dirty Slice of Heaven

      A travel blog entry by snarfanie on Jan 28, 2011

      5 photos

      ... sweet dogs EVERWHERE. Rachel rolls her eyes at my love for dogs, but I was in doggy heaven. Pepita and puppy Rainbow followed us everywhere we went. I couldn't be happier than on a beach, cliff, hammock with sweet pups. I ran everyday barefoot on the shore and about 3 minutes into a run, there was literally not a soul in sight.

      We fell asleep and woke up to the waves. Every morn there was a picnic table set with coffee, ...