Travel Blogs from Nuqui
... Pico De Loro and somewhere to stay for a few days. There were also two Colombians that were helping with the trip and a guy from the US. Once we were loaded up we headed off. It took about 2.5hrs to get to the surf break. We saw heaps off whales on the way and got within about 10m of a couple. It was incredible how many whales there are in this area at this time of year.
We had all been watching a big swell moving up the coast from Chile for about a week so we knew there ...
... having gone back into town to eat and as previously mentioned I got bitten by ants or bed bugs. If Bahia Solano was the arm pit of the world then El Valle was the a..e hole. Still everyone to their own opinion. Some people would surely love it. That is what makes travelling so captivating. 5th September .. An early rise after a night of the loudest thunder I have ever heard and the most regular. I hear massive thunderclaps at the Lake ...
... recover from being poisoned. By mid afternoon I felt better and went for a knee testing walk to the airport. Everything worked well. On the way back I came across some other people from the hostel and went to a nearby and more impressive waterfall with them. That night we had pizza at a restaurant behind the hotel. Good as well. We were advised that we could each have a pizza but with a thirty minute ...
... like breathing for the ecosystem and the biodiversity of this relaxing “island”. Walk across the jungle and see all kind of animal even traces of big cats, take a shower in the beach with a strong ocean that doesn’t have any of pacific, meet a community who live in a place taken from a book, a Gabo one!
Those are some of the thing that you can do there, but the most spectacular ...
... town, and our Dutch surfer friend was able to sort it out for us to rent out the other house. So, for $20 a night, we had our own house (2 bdrms), with a kitchen and fresh water only about 20m off the beach. It was amazing. Especially since staying at any of the other resorts in the area would have been about $70-80 per person/night! It was a huge score. So we lived off a steady diet of rice, eggs, bread, and salchis (canned hotdog) for about 5 days. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed