Isla Chiloe, Chile
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... waves of the Pacific crashing upon it? Brilliant. The coast of Chiloe, a charming island in the south of Chile, and in fact a lot of Chiloe itself, resembles the south west of Western Australia, both in its lush, green rolling lands and the dramatic, ...
... inside the wood shack behind her, though they looked out through the windows of broken glass. This was the backwoods Appalachia of Chile. The woman's teeth were triangular and sharp, each with a black dot in its center. Slinking as against a rail as she ...
... we want to know about the delay, not the ferry times. Gaelle tries to divert her by asking her a question about horse riding in Chiloe, but its a complete waste of time and she pulls out a few random maps that are no help whatsoever. We are just about to ...
... stilted houses in Brunei. Onto Iglesia San Francisco De Castro - a good example of the many wooden churchs you see in Chiloe, and whilst looking a little tired on the outside, ornate wood inside, coupled with wax work figures of every religious figure ...
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Castro, Isla Chiloe, Chile
Made entirely of wood, this striking church was designed by an Italian architect in a blend of Neo-Gothic and classic design.
Cucao, Isla Chiloe, Chile
You may just spot a miniature deer, a Chilote fox, or one of numerous bird species on one of the many trails at this lovely park that includes hills, forests and unspoiled coastline, and houses several Huilliche Indian communities.
Isla Chiloe, Chile
The plain brown exterior of the oldest church in Chiloe belies its interesting multicolored interior.
Dalcahue, Isla Chiloe, Chile
Distinctive for its nine-arched entry and splendid view, this late 19th-century church is tiled on the outside with silver-toned native wood, like other Chiloe churches.