Hostal Torre de Babel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Once again sad to leave such a good hostel, but we took the bus to Chiloe on Saturday, another 4 hour bus journey and this included a short ferry crossing. We arrived in Castro the Capital of Chiloe mid afternoon just as the heavens opened! Luckily it was only a short walk to the hostel. We settled in, got some supplies and played ipad monopoly …
... Lonely Planet raves about this place but it did not meet the hype, however we both had a nice German style lunch and a couple beers.
From Osorno we headed to the coast, the Lonely Planet described this stretch of coast as one of the most beautiful places on the planet that you have never heard of. I think it is very obvious that the writer hasn’t been to Australia, the coast was nice but nothing as spectacular as they wrote it up to be. We stayed the night ...
... addition to thick gloves. It is all a bit sweaty. I also set out most days now wearing both suncream and waterproofs. I had chosen the side trip to this area as it has the start of a national park and a woodland which sank in an earthquake, turning it into a swamp. I had wanted to stay at an ecolodge which ran kayak tours, but it was full. The hostel I chose was recommended by Lonely Planet as the next best thing. It turns out though that it is not near the forest, only the ecolodge ...
... beat layered with infantile lyrics synthesized by auto-tune. You quickly tire of group after group jamming in close proximity to one another because everywhere you go three or four songs are fighting for attention, including some awful renditions. And those damned kids who never seem to take their headphones off decide now is the time to transform their phones into amplifiers to bring the noise...Then you realize two things simultaneously: ...
... tsunami in 1984 took its toll it is now quite run down, half a day was plenty to have a look around and consume some fresh fish. It was a stop over for supplies to take for our 2 days in an Eco lodge in Chepu (a remote rural settlement on the coast). We arrived at the lodge in a taxi as there are only 3 buses a week and the setting was perfect. The main building over looked the sunken forest in which the ground level dropped by 2m after an earthquake in 1960, it was ...