Hotel Unicornio Azul

Pedro Montt 228, Castro, Isla Chiloe, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pedro Montt 228, Castro, is near Church of Castro and Chiloe National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Castro

    Play time

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 22, 2014

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    ... It was lovely to watch them. Immediately after lunch we went up on deck again to see the ship berth at the quay in Castro. Castro is the administrative capital of Chiloe which is the largest island in the archipelago but not in Chile, which is Tierra del Fuego. The people of Chiloe rely mainly on fishing which nowadays means salmon and trout farming and oyster and mussel farming. Castro is a,poor town. Once on shore we walked to the nearby craft ...

    The rain in Chile falls mainly wherever we are

    A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Apr 11, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... Tomorrow we head back to Puerto Varas for a night and then to the airport at Puerto Montt to fly all the way south to Punta Arenas, or as I like to call it, Kick in the Ass. From there we lose our hosts and our translator so then we will truly be well out of our comfort zone and into high anxiety. That began yesterday with the knowledge that the road to our hotel is closed daily from 10 AM to 6PM which will make a 4PM check in a challenge.In the time it took to ...

    51. Chiloe - Ancud, Dalcahue, Chonchi, Castro

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Apr 04, 2014

    ... towards the port for our ferry we stayed in the capital of Chiloe, Castro. Here our host turned out to be a real Pinochet fanatic who talked at us for a long time in heavily accented Spanish about how everything was better under Pinochet. The disappearances, torture and oppression are apparently just one side of the story. He is the only person we have met so far who openly supports Pinochet. With our fingers crossed for a smoothish and cloud free boat ride, we headed to the ...

    A different view of Chile

    A travel blog entry by eoinshirl on Jan 11, 2014

    17 photos

    ... the day, while others were removing oysters from the rocks that has been brought up from the sea bed. In the distance across the channel we could just make out the snow capped Andes of Patagonia that in the early evening we would cruise by as we made our journey to the open sea.

    Delcahue was a charming fishing town and a perfect place to sample lunch and some of the fresh seafood that the place is known for before our return to Castro by bus.

    Island of roses

    A travel blog entry by meggles on Dec 12, 2013

    12 photos

    ... there's any leftovers to export!!Today I woke up and after a final walk through the time caught a bus to ancud in the north of chiloe. I left my bag at the bus stop and spent several hours.exploring the town - including a stop for a delicious seafood and salmon soup at the local fish market and a visit to the local museum. I finally walked along the coast to San Antonio fort before heading back to catch my bus to puerto ...