Patricio Lynch 1462, Osorno, Patagonia, -, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Osorno

Decadent days

A travel blog entry by r10vill9


Each kilometre south, the landscape becomes verdant to to the point that the terrain could be Ireland in April without the daffodils or Ontario even. Grapes give way to grazing grass and cows and sheep suddenly appear. Turning off rte 5 the Pan American highway we hit two lane blacktop dead straight towards Argentina across rolling hills. Just as we see snow capped volcanoes onrsed the horizon we drive between two big lakes and arrive at the casa. Exhausted after the ...

Lara's Top 5 Patagonian Experiences

A travel blog entry by hoffs2ctheworld


... peaked waves and the start of a water spout made it seem like the ocean and epitomised how damn windy it was that day! The road weaves and turns around the lake edge while giant snow capped peaks glare down at you from the other side of the lake.

No 4 - Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
'Fin del Mundo', the end of the world and it was a great feeling! Once again we were blessed with amazing weather, blue skies and only sporadic Ushuaian ...

More fjords and glaciers

A travel blog entry by thieringsabroad


... even smaller than we expected. We imagined little seafood stands or a mini supermarket, but there were just little wooden shacks and a total of 40 inhabitants on the island. Also, they had a little graveyard, where people were burried in small replicas of the houses they lived in. Then the boat entered the Bernard O'Higgins National Park, which is only accessible by boat and the scenery was stunning, so much vegetation, ...

Lakes, waterfalls and volcanoes..

A travel blog entry by v5rcb


... drinks has been a real treat compared to what we're used to. Also took the opportunity to watch Felix Baumgartner's jump on the petrol station's TV !

The town of San Juan has had a troubled past. First the whole town moved due to flooding then there was a massive earthquake in 1944 which killed about 10,000 people and destroyed it's colonial buildings in the centre of town. Afterwards it was rebuilt but with wide tree lined boulevards for safety. The main thing ...

Stars in our eyes

A travel blog entry by layla_chris


... old pals Joe and Hafsha were also in Valparaiso for the night and were available to meet for a catch up drink. Comparing stories of our journeys so far and providing them with recommendations on the end of their trip was a great way to end our first day in Chile.

Viņa del Mar 21st November

Viņa del Mar is described in the guide books as one of South America’s leading seaside resorts and one of Chile’s more chic cities, with ...


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