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  • Travel News: New Hotels, Ski Trips & Vacation Ideas in Chile @MunderaMedia
    2015.03.01 — Visitor arrivals to Chile are on the rise, with 16 percent growth from the U.S. market in December, year-on-year, as North American travelers escape the cold with a warm??South American summer. Here is some of the latest travel and tourism news from ...
  • Hotel Manquehue – Luxury in Puerto Montt, Patagonia Two Monkeys Travel
    2015.02.22 — Like this hotel? Get the best deals??here with Booking.com There is also a sister hotel in Santiago – Manquehue Santiago Sea View of Puerto Montt from the Hotel When you arrive in Puerto Montt, you quickly realise that you’re not.. ...
  • Foto Ruta Santiago @greenhrttravel
    2015.02.19 — On Christmas Eve day, I met with a wonderful lady named Cat, who leads??the Santiago Foto Ruta tour. Since it was a holiday, I was the only one who had signed up for the tour. Cat is a photographer from England who moved to Chile, and Foto Ruta is a ...
  • TRAVEL DEALS: $900 Off Peru Tours, 2-for-1 Chile Vacations, Legal Cuba Tours @MunderaMedia
    2015.02.19 — Winter isn’t even wrapped up yet in the northern hemisphere, but it’s already time to start thinking about that next big ski vacation south of the Equator — namely, in Chile, where the months of July and August are great times to hi ...
  • Ultimate Female Packing List for the Camino de Santiago @herpackinglist
    2015.02.16 — The following Camino de Santiago packing list has been tried and tested by Nicolette Shearer. See all packing list posts here. On August 27, 2014, I began a journey that forever changed my life, even though I declared it would not. The Camino de San ...
  • Getting to Know Santiago @greenhrttravel
    2015.02.15 — On Tuesday we took a free walking tour of Santiago. It was great to learn the background of all the things we’d been seeing, and it was a bummer we didn’t take the tour earlier, because our guide had some great recommendations of things t ...
  • Valparaiso and Camping in the Andes @greenhrttravel
    2015.02.15 — Saturday we had free, so we decided to take the bus to the nearby port city of Valparaiso, as we had heard it was a must see. I had the foresight to take some screenshots of the Wikitravel page on my phone ahead of time, so that when we didn’t ...
  • Million Ways to Live: Chile & Argentina @JetsetExtra
    2015.02.10 — As expected, there have been plenty of ups and downs during our trip thus far, a beautiful combination of hook-ups and rip-offs that have a way of balancing each other out. As a group, we try not to dwell too long on the rip-offs or get too high on ...
  • A waterfall off the beaten path in Pucon, Chile. @BAbackpacker
    2015.02.02 — They said, “only a few make it, but those that do are rewarded with the most amazing experience ever.” Bajajajaja just kidding no that’s not how this starts. This isn’t like The Beach, but I thought I sure was on the same adve ...
  • The things you learn about dogs and cats in the supermarket (in Chile) @bearshapedspher
    2015.02.02 — How do you call a cat? In the United States, we make kind of a psss psss psss psss sound. I often make a more of a clicking sound, which one time in Cuernavaca, in Mexico, I was told by a groundskeeper, is how you call a rabbit. Which seems odd, beca ...
  • Puerto Tranquilo – The heart of Aysen, Chilean Patagonia Two Monkeys Travel
    2015.01.31 — Puerto Tranquilo is a sleepy, lakeside town in the heart of Aysen, Patagonia; home to the Northern and Southern Patagonian Ice-fields, as well as the largest lake in Chile, Lago... The post Puerto Tranquilo – The heart of Aysen, Chi ...
  • People of Santiago (Ciao Chile!) @xiaozhuli
    2015.01.30 — I was actually sad to leave Chile. I really enjoyed Valpara??so, and I felt very comfortable in Santiago. The city had everything I enjoy as a traveler: culture, art, parks, sights, pedestrian streets, interesting people and more. I still have unansw ...
  • First days in Santiago @greenhrttravel
    2015.01.29 — There’s a lot to catch up on since the last time I posted. I vacationed in Chile with my mom, spent Christmas on a plane, covered a lot of ground in Colombia with my friend Bianca, and ended up back in my parents’ house in South Dakota wh ...
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  • Valparaiso: Fruits, Veggies, Colours! @xiaozhuli
    2015.01.27 — We wanted to go somewhere in Chile, but we were not sure where exactly. This is a big country… or rather a long and narrow strip of land, stretching from Arica to Patagonia. Eventually, we picked Valparaiso, an easy two-hour bus ride from Sant ...
  • The alleys and street art of Valparaiso in photos. @BAbackpacker
    2015.01.26 — Valparaiso is a city I have been wanting to visit for years. I had heard that it is a city filled with colorful houses and street art everywhere. Y’all know I love both of those things so it was high on my list of places to visit during my time ...
  • Up and Down Santiago @xiaozhuli
    2015.01.26 — One of the best places in Santiago is up the hill, in the Parque Metropolitano. In there, you can escape the busy pedestrian streets, enjoy a great view of the city and relax away from the traffic, much like New Yorkers do in Central Park. The trip s ...
  • People and Food in Santiago @xiaozhuli
    2015.01.25 — When was the last time you tasted something without knowing that it was? We live in such a globalized world that this experience is becoming fairly rare—I mean, even my grand-mother know what sushis are. She won’t eat them, though—t ...