Rosa Agustina Club Resort & Spa
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Olmue
... the famous houses of the (mid-twentieth century) Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, and eating the much raved about carrot cake and Nutella cheesecake at the #1 trip advisor rated cafe in town! We also took a bus 15 minutes along the coast to another town, Viña del Mar. We only spent a couple of hours here mainly walking around town and along the coastline, but also saw some of the key tourist hotspots, including the flower clock and one of ...
... Later on, we found out that they had overbooked the hostel, and they asked James if we could share a bed. With limited Spanish on his end and limited English on theirs, he made a graphic gesture to let them know that we didn't have that type of relationship! That hostel was quite disorganized and packed but was a great place to share experiences, drink Chilean wine, and laugh with ...
... 6:15, we backed out of port and headed forwards past the Chilean military destroyers and headed out to sea. It's remarkable that for such a big boat you can actually feel the swell. Seas are about 1-3m, however, the wind is 26 knots almost gale force. You can hear the ship creek as it goes up and down. We are getting our sea legs, no sea sickness. doing OK. Settling in...lots to explore....it's a big ...
And this time a quick blog from Jane Barne.... I was made to change the original spelling and punctuation, sorry Jim.
I just canīt believe it is our last day in Chile we have had the most wonderful time with Meg, Magdelena and William. I love hearing her gabble away in spanish and seeing how she fits in to this way of life, today our last day we went to the sea to take the dogs for ...
With the sun still shining brightly Magda and I headed to Quintay on the Friday after Christmas to leave William in peace to work. We got the bus to limache and then the train to viņa del Mar where we did some errands before getting a collectivo down to quintay. We met up with two of Magda's friends Monica and Maya It is a small seaside town that was initially built up around the whaling station there which they have now turned into a museum on whaling. Informative ...