Adela y Helmut

Faja 16000 Km 5 Norte, Cunco, Araucania Region, Chile | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Faja 16000 Km 5 Norte, Cunco.
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    Travel Blogs from Cunco

    How Juan met his Maker. Veggies look away

    A travel blog entry by sophiemead on Dec 24, 2012

    21 photos

    ... heavier rain. Given, I’ve not seen water fall from the sky in four months... I still don’t miss it. The doomed animal arrived in the back of a van, blissfully unaware of its fate. I suppose it was a good looking as sheep go, I grew up surrounded by farms so I should be able to rate a prime cordero. Like I should know the names of all plants because my mum’s a gardener. I suppose they don’t make kids like they used to and ...

    El Campo Otra Vez

    A travel blog entry by ben_grainger on Oct 30, 2009

    ... stay I lived with Bartolommeo (Tolo) and Josephina, their three children Claudia, Maria, and Jose, and their darling 5 year old granddaughter, Reinata. They live on a small farm about half an hour from Temuco Where they raise chickens, sheep, honey bees, and pigs, and grow potatoes, a wheat-like grain, cherries, apples, and some purple flower cash crop that I don't remember the name of. They are mainly subsistence farmers, as ...

    Cruce de Los Lagos - Cheap Style!

    A travel blog entry by spog00 on Apr 01, 2009

    22 photos

    Having decided to originally cross into Argentina via the Cruce de los Lagos, Puerto Montt (Chile) to Bariloche (Argentina!), we then looked at costs of around $160 each, looked at our banks and decide that actually hmm.. No. This is a border crossing made using several ferry/bus combinations over the Andes via the apparently spectacular Lakes District. We had decided instead on a simple overnight bus Santiago to Mendoza as we are now becoming accustomed to. Suggesting this to ...

    The Legend of Curly´s Gold

    A travel blog entry by nathan.frisch on Jan 05, 2009

    Always nice to be back in Chile again after spending some time in Argentina (the reverse is true of course.) Our time in Patagonia was wonderful, wouldn´t trade it for the world, but I have to say it´s nice being city slickers again. Temuco, large (227,000) but unimposing (some of the nicest folks we´ve met in awhile), is one of the main market towns for the Chilean lake district, and also a center for ...

    Temuco stop over

    A travel blog entry by dawnandphill on Nov 17, 2008

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Arrived into Temuco airport at about 8.30pm, after another lovely flight with LAN (more snacks), and checked into our chalet-style hostel by about 9pm. Phill felt right at home, as there was construction going on all around.... Ended up in a tex-mex for dinner, listening to 80s classics on their huge tv screen. Got up quite bright and early and headed straight to JAC bus to find a bus to Pucon, which we managed with relative ...