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Address: Carampangue 190, Valdivia, Lake District, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Valdivia

Go Your Own Way

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jan 04, 2015

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... Live from your own center.

Your real duty is to go away from the community to find your bliss.

The society is the enemy when it imposes its structures on the individual.

On the dragon there are many scales. Everyone of the says “Thou Shalt.”

Kill the dragon “Thou Shalt.”

When one has killed that dragon, one has become The Child.

Breaking out is following your bliss ...

Road Trip to Valdivia

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 22, 2014

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... bit deserted. The black sand beach looked a bit cold especially with the cold Pacific Ocean waves breaking on to it.

On the way back to Valdivia we stopped at couple of lookouts with nice views of the water and forested hills behind. Valdivia is famous for its Kunstmann Brewery, one of Chile's most popular beers, but it's also home to the craft brewery, Valtor. We stopped for a quick tasting session and were impressed enough with ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 26, 2014

... in Chahuin nor in
Corral it transpired either.

By the time I’d got the lancha to Corral and then walked to
the bus station, a small yellow hut, it was time to go. On days like this, cold
too, you really know you are in Patagonia – cute little fishing villages with
multi-coloured little wooden houses cascading down to the harbour. Most of the
fishing seems to be diving for shellfish with ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 17, 2014

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... there. Stopped to admire the wonderful sea/sunset views from the barn, much better than from the house and finally got back about 2.30pm having left at 9am.

Time for a quick sandwich and then back to the digging and firewood sorting as couldn’t get the mower to start. Knocked off about 7pm and cranked up the wood burner – Jorge showed me his trick with the flame thrower for getting it alight but still hard work keeping it ...

Mi Vida

A travel blog entry by valdiviandother on Jul 12, 2014

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(For La Abejita Stupida: FIESTAAA kalimbaa foreveeer baby i likee it)

Sooooo; the last two days have been pretty quiet.

I would love to say I have been busy with doing nothing but that wouldn't be true ;).
Only thing I did the last two days was pretty much studying Spanish.
Two (very interesting, lovely) books pretty much kept me busy for that time.
One is a rules and practice book for grammar (who doesn't love ...