Panamericana Hotel Temuco

Address: Av. Prat 0220, Temuco, Lake District, 4780760, Chile | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Av. Prat 0220, Temuco.
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Travel Blogs from Temuco

Weaving a Better Future

A travel blog entry by smile-a-day on Jun 18, 2012

14 photos

... There are still many women that are considered master artisans. These women are able to sell their products, particularly through fair trade partners for fair prices. This allows the women to contribute financially to their family, and their children have not had to separate from their family and have been able to learn about weaving and/or attend school. The quality and variety of their products help create a sustainable ...

Home Sweet Temuco

A travel blog entry by smile-a-day on Mar 17, 2012

3 comments, 6 photos

... from Seattle - is using her skills as a photographer to better document the Mapuche goods and update the Fundacion catalog.

After a couple of days and a meeting with a member of the board of directors we settled into our respective projects. Heidi is working on the Fundacion's website, which hasn't been updated in 10 years. Hopefully in a quick three months, she will be able to create a contemporary and easily updateable website. Dan is working ...

Tren-muco de vapor

A travel blog entry by terredeshommes on Feb 27, 2011

48 photos

... The city wasn't great last time around, and is unlikely to have changed since then... But you see, when I went to the Museo Ferroviario a month ago, I heard about a quite special train trip, short and infrequently running, a two-way trip to a close-by village. It didn't sound very interesting, until that detail: the cars are pulled by a 1940 steam engine! No sooner said than done, I bought two tickets without even knowing if I would be able to go back ...

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Nov 21, 2010

4 photos

We left in a hard rain and it continued most of the day. We stopped to take a few pictures of the Bio Bio, which down here near the ocean is quite wide. Lots of volume going down too. The weather did fake us into stowing the rain gear at lunch but we bikers are quick to think the rain has stopped. I don’t hate to ride in the rain, I just seem to hate donning the gear. One on it feels fine ...

El Campo Otra Vez

A travel blog entry by ben_grainger on Oct 30, 2009

... 4 times as long and were in many ways far more brutal than the Argentine dictatorship, the Mapuche were largely and curiously untouched. Though there is still plenty of discrimination against Mapuche and other indigenous tribes in Chile, they never faced the wide-scale government sponsored destruction like in Argentina. Many Mapuche in Chile still speak Mapundungun and have lived and farmed on the same land for generations. ...