Refugio Misterios de Elqui

La Serena, Chile | Hotel
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Chile Part Three: The Sand and Stars of the North

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser

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... itself is different, different grapes, different distillation process and, ofcourse, different country.

Not only is the Elqui Valley famous for the pisco which it churns out but it is also a known attraction for star gazing. So much so that the road through the valley is known as the Ruta de las Estrellas (the star route), due to the limited light pollution and commonly clear skies of the area. One can choose from a variety of observatories, ...

10 hour stop over

A travel blog entry by annahildreth

What to do with 10 hours in La Serena?
Sleep for 1 hour on the cold floor of the bus station, spend several hours in and out of various cafes, eat a disappointing seafood lunch, take an hours walk to and from a dismal beach, read for an hour in the park, visit a rather impressive catholic church with stained glass windows and spend longer than necessary walking around the house/museum of an old president of ...

La Sarena and the Elqui Valley

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

9

... some time to settle into Chile, its currency, its slang and vibe.

After finding a shop near the bus terminal who would store our bags, we charnged all of our Bolivianios to Chilean Pesos, organized our phones with new SIM cards, ate lunch, bought bus tickets and snacks for an 8pm departure toward the random beach town of La Serena that we chose to be our first real Chilean spot to get to know. With the two hour time change, and our day's agenda, we ...

Vicuna, where apparently the world doesn't end

A travel blog entry by meggles

... day to make sure we got there before the French family. We then headed to the market in the town square where we admired the pretty artisan products mum was happy to finally get a copper bracelet and I found some pretty earrings though it was much more expensive than many places we'd been in Chile. I bought a willow pestle and mortar but had to return it as Willie pointed out we were leaving Chile and so might not get it back in through ...

Mate, that Mate is good

A travel blog entry by danarol

21

... from the Atacama desert and into Bolivia, the altitude of over 5,000 metres is going to be challenging. Neither of us has ever been that high so its difficult to know how our bodies will react. Will we be sick? Will our heads feel like they are going to explode? How stupidly cold will it be at night? We'll find out soon enough and however bad we feel it will be more than worth it, to see that part of the world is a dream that not everyone gets to live, so we should count ourselves ...

     

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