chile Travel Blogs

  • Backpacking in Chile – der Komplettguide @BackPackerSteve
    2014.08.17 — Hier findest du alle Infos zum Backpacking in Chile basierend auf meinen Erfahrungen von 2 Reisen in denen ich 13 von 15 Regionen des langgezogenen s??damerikanischen Landes bereist habe. Meine erste Rucksackreise nach Chile war zugleich meine erste ...
  • On the Camino de Santiago I Went – Another Pilgrim @ilivetotravel
    2014.08.12 — The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is an ancient pilgrimage indeed with a timeline of over 1,000 years.?? Pilgrims from all over Europe would come from far and near to visit the place where St. James (or Santiago) is buried:?? under the ...
  • How to Do a 10 Day Camino de Santiago @CuriosityTrave
    2014.08.11 — Not everyone can take off for 6 weeks on a whim and start walking the width of Spain. For that reason, many people don’t do the whole Camino de Santiago at once.?? I knew I had a convenient 12/13 days in between my last day of work and my fligh ...
  • Why I Decided To Live in Colombia Instead of Brazil (Or Chile and Ecuador) @wanderingtrader
    2014.08.10 — Living in Colombia vs Brazil wasn’t an easy choice. I think any long term traveler after a while gets to the point where they want to just relax instead of keep going. I remember many times where I felt burnt out.?? I also felt it was a bit unf ...
  • Green chile roasting time in Santa Fe @santafetraveler
    2014.08.04 — If it’s August and this is Santa Fe, it must be green chile roasting time. For the next six weeks or so the unmistakable intoxicating perfume of roasting chiles is everywhere. ??This year’s chiles are just starting to come in. One of our ...
  • Matrimonio Hotel W, Santiago | Pepa y Juan @kylehepp
    2014.07.31 — Mis washitos riiiiiiicoooooos!!! Maria Jose (or Pepa, as her friends and family call her) and Juan are this stunningly gorgeous and glam couple, who look like??they’ve stepped straight out of the pages of a magazine — impeccable taste, pe ...
  • A Quick Guide to Walking the Camino de Santiago @wildjunket
    2014.07.23 — As a well-known long-distance trek, the Camino de Santiago is a network of??pilgrimage routes??running across Europe, all leading to the city of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain. Retracing its origins to the 9th century,??Camino de Santia ...
  • Dogs & Street Art in Valparaiso @piggybackrideaz
    2014.07.22 — The other day in Santiago de Chile we randomly met a girl at the Embassy of India. She was a more »
  • 10 Best Places to Visit in Chile @tripheros
    2014.07.18 — Recently I often get asked about the best places to visit in Chile. So I challenged myself and wrote down my personal top 10! I have been backpacking in Chile 2 times already where I managed to visit 13 of 15 regions. The best time to tr ...
  • 10 Best Places to Visit in Chile @BackPackerSteve
    2014.07.18 — Recently I often get asked about the best places to visit in Chile. So I challenged myself and wrote down my personal top 10! I have been backpacking in Chile 2 times already where I managed to visit 13 of 15 regions. The best time to travel Chile is ...
  • TRAVEL DEALS: Big Discounts on Travel to Chile, Based on Your Age! @MunderaMedia
    2014.07.17 — For this week’s roundup of the best Latin America travel deals, we look south to Chile. You can get discounts of up to 30% on hotels in Santiago and Valpara??so, as well as discounts that are pegged to your age (finally, a reason to be proud of ...
  • The Camino Diaries: Reaching our Destination, Santiago de Compostela! @wildjunket
    2014.07.15 — The final walk from Pedrouzo into Santiago de Compostela was possibly the hardest one??we did. Walking at night was plenty of fun at first as we weaved through forests with our head torch and giggled in the darkness, but eventually our lack of sleep ...
  • camino de santiago… fog, sunshine, and magic @megantasker
    2014.07.15 — The camino de Santiago has gotten a lot of criticism for running alongside a major highway, for criss-crossing through boring farmland, and for not being a technical walk (and for some reason this translates to not being worthwhile). ??After walking ...
  • My Camino de Santiago Through Photos @CuriosityTrave
    2014.07.11 — Although the pace is slow, scenery changes so rapidly while walking. ??Every green rolling hill is noticed, every pine forest, every small winding river. Dry mountains turn to misty grassland and expansive farmland turns to medieval villages. Every s ...
  • What The Camino de Santiago Meant to Me @CuriosityTrave
    2014.07.08 — No one just randomly finds themselves on the Camino de Santiago. ??People don’t just show up by bus en route to somewhere else. No one finds a cheap flight to St. Jean Pied de Port and decides to take a walk for a month. If you wanted a vacatio ...
  • Availability of goods in Chile re: workarounds, or yes, I really did make pomegranate molasses @bearshapedspher
    2014.07.08 — At the risk of pulling rank, I will not entertain you with tales of times of yore, or as we like to call them anta??o, from when you couldn’t get cheddar cheese in Chile to save your life, tortilla chips were something special, and you had to e ...
  • Camino de Santiago: the Casa Brandariz @PinayTraveller
    2014.07.03 — Last year, I had the good fortune of exploring Northern Spain, including the beautiful territory of Galicia. I was onboard the luxury train Tren Al Andalus and the journey took me from Zaragoza to A Coru??a, right along the St. James??or Santiago de ...
  • Chile Wrap Up & Guide @timetogoisnow
    2014.07.01 — Our planned two weeks in Chile slowly ballooned to a month. Its range of climates and geographic regions coupled with its affordable long distance bus services make it a great country to explore. Transportation Chile is a great country to travel in. ...
  • Button, Button, Who’s Got the Button in Santiago? @bearshapedspher
    2014.06.30 — I recently stepped on a sweater of mine. And by me telling you this, you now know two things about me. 1. sometimes my clothes are on the floor and 2. I don’t even pretend that that’s not the case, and then proceed to step on them. There& ...
  • Chilean morning send-off: under the Andes with Atacama minions @fotoeins
    2014.06.29 — Valley morning fog below Andean foothills The “rays of God” mark the first light of dawn. Sounds come scarce, piercing the silence with soft whistles and drawn-out wails. The nighttime cotton blanket pulls back slowly; small puffs brea ...

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