Hacienda Los Andes

Address: Rio Hurtado, La Serena, Chile | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on Rio Hurtado, La Serena.
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      Travel Blogs from La Serena

      Parqe Nacional La Campana and the Elqui Valley

      A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on Jan 22, 2015

      1 comment, 54 photos

      ... let me go kitting. We arrived in a little town called Vicuna and found a camping spot for the night which also had a pool. It was another quant little town with a buzzing town square and old church. The region is known for its observatories, so we arranged for a tour that night starting at 8.30pm. We both thoroughly enjoyed the tour, it was very informative (and not in a boring way) and in English, thank goodness. We looked at the stars through the large telescopes on a moonless night, ...

      Stargazing

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 07, 2014

      11 photos

      ... where we were, it was the worst possible thing for star gazing because it made the stars harder to see.

      We headed straight up to the telescope in the dome and were a bit surprised to find out that all the 'stars' (which include planets and moons) were recorded with GPS coordinates. By punching a code into a keypad, the telescope would automatically rotate and adjust it's viewing angle to be perfectly aligned with the star.

      The telescope ...

      Chile Part Three: The Sand and Stars of the North

      A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 21, 2014

      167 photos

      ... were shown Saturn and Mars through the telescope, and some stars and nebulas from other galaxies. We had some very imaginative constellations shown to us as well as the llamas in the Milky Way, which the Mapuches, Quechuas and Molles used to look upon with wonder every night.

      The following day, after exploring the outskirts of Pisco, jumping barbed wire fences and wandering the farmlands on my own little mission, I visited the Mistral ...

      The wheels on the bus go round and round

      A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on May 14, 2014

      ... br>
      Wires torn out of every speaker on the bus, no more music :)

      Another two hours...

      I'd do anything for a bed right now. My eyes keep closing but I'm less comfortable than a Ugandan at a village people concert so I just can't sleep. I feel ill. The bus driver has smoked so many fags that there are none left in the whole of Indonesia and he's resorted to smoking nondescript flakes found in his underpants. The vile beast behind ...

      La Sarena and the Elqui Valley

      A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Feb 25, 2014

      6 photos

      ... some time to settle into Chile, its currency, its slang and vibe.

      After finding a shop near the bus terminal who would store our bags, we charnged all of our Bolivianios to Chilean Pesos, organized our phones with new SIM cards, ate lunch, bought bus tickets and snacks for an 8pm departure toward the random beach town of La Serena that we chose to be our first real Chilean spot to get to know. With the two hour time change, and our day's agenda, we ...