Vista Al Mar

Address: Av Costanera S Allende 918, Ancud, Isla Chiloe, Chile | Inn
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This inn is located on Av Costanera S Allende 918, Ancud.
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    Travel Blogs from Ancud

    Numbero Cinco

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 10, 2014

    ... of Ancud. The bus cost Ch$4,000. The ratio to 's (yep I'm back to sterling) is about 1:Ch$940, so I'm working on the nice maths rate of 1:Ch$1,000.
    Ancud is a town on the north tip of Chileo, South America's second biggest island. Or so LP claims. I've done some googling and tinterweb doesn't agree wth most of these clamis. Anyway, it took a ferry to get here, but you don't really need to get off the bus. We ...

    The time the socceroos lost

    A travel blog entry by binni on Jun 13, 2014

    ... FOOD HERE IS AMAZING. All organic, naturally. Very simple, but, oh my, is it delicious. Our farm is quinoa, raspberry and apple and these are supplemented by food that his organic friends have given him in return for his products, e.g. honey, jams, cheeses, veggies etc. So, so good. One of the first meals we sat down to was quinoa and a side of spinach. We had goat's cheese, parmesan, olive oil and sea salt to accompany it and somehow, maybe it is all the backpacking ...

    Dolphins and UNESCO churches

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on May 21, 2014

    49 photos

    ... animals to feed 50 of us. We left after the (in my opinion) not so great lunch and headed back to the ship.

    We were meant to visit another island but because of the captain grounding the boat we ran out of time. We had about an hour and a half to get back to Castro. so we sat around talking to our new friends to pass the time. We said our goodbyes to our new amigos and headed back to the hostel to retire after a very tiring ...

    Chilóe island, Chile

    A travel blog entry by fionapine on Nov 07, 2013

    4 photos

    *Day trip ex Puerto Varas with 4 x lovely older Chilean women (AKA: My four Mother Ducks) *Tiny roadside shrines, small dog houses fashioned to resemble adjoining house *Green rolling hills, cows, bullock drawn cart *Chacao village, trolls impregnating women whilst men at war... strange folklore *Nature, Condors, Pudu (smallest deer in world ...

    On Chiloe Archipelago

    A travel blog entry by waynesharfro on Jul 22, 2013

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... today. Some of them are currently being restored and some of them are really deteriorating. We spent a lot of time on dirt roads trying to find them but it was so worth it. Such great history and so beautiful!

    When we came back to the hotel later that evening, Minerva was there to greet us. We communicated with her that we would like for a taxi to come to pick us up and wanted her to recommend a good place for dinner ...