Hotel Los Nires

Address: Baquedano 315, Coyhaique, Chile | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Baquedano 315, Coyhaique.
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    Travel Blogs from Coyhaique

    Pretty boring town, but i'm leaving

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 13, 2014

    Today was a pretty unproductive day, i got up at 1pm and went to the supermarket to get some breakfast. Bread, avocado, eggs and red capsicum. Can't go wrong. While i was eating 2 of our team Ja and Mitch told us they had booked a flight and were leaving today, so we all said bye and wished them on their way. I tried to do a bit of blogging but the internet in Patagonia is sketchy ...

    Change in caramels

    A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Feb 06, 2014

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    ... I even got to hear all about his family (divorced wife and two daughters), his beloved and successful cousin (who moved to Spain and lives with his girlfriend on a large piece of self sustaining land), and his nearly fulfilled dream (of opening an eco friendly hostel built by his own two hands on a farm just outside of Bariloche). All in all, I think the trip was a unique experience, and worth the frustrations, though I don't think I'll be traveling in a group again any time ...

    The power of water

    A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jan 01, 2014

    ... Its odd greenish blue tint actually contrasts with the blue of the sky.  The hills are mostly barren.  The views across the lake spectacular.   The boat ride is short, the caves easily recognizable as we approach.  Pedro steers the boat right into one of the caves, clearly not concerned about scraping the boat.  Here, it becomes apparent how deep the caves are.  Barely 10 feet in diameter, the cave extents 50 meters into the hill. The setting surreal.  On the many pictures we ...

    The road after the end of the road

    A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Dec 30, 2013

    ... the roses, perhaps introduced by settlers. We stop in Puerto Rio Tranquilo, the first 'town' in over 100km.  A dozen houses spread out over several blocks along the lake.  Two of them have turned their front room into a 'supermercado' (grocery store).  We stock up on an odd selection of food products, whatever looks edible.  No English is spoken.  Audrey confirms the few pieces of meat in the cooler are indeed pork chops by making that sound that pigs make.  Ava and Lukas ...

    Coyhaique - Stranded (almost)

    A travel blog entry by florby on May 16, 2013

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    ... first. After finishing our burgers, he walked us back up to the Patagonia hostel, but there was still no one in the main lobby and the lights were off. There were lights, however, in the backyard and it was then that Nipton saw a lady through the window. We managed to get her attention and she walked out to meet us, explaining that they were closed for winter. We explained our situation and after discussion with her husband, she decided to let us in. It was pure ...

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