There's this thread with ideas on Chile where I posted something brief on ChiloÃ©.
And also Phillip Blazdell once made this ChiloÃ© guide on Bootsnall. It paints a good picture.
My personal views on CHiloÃ© is that although you can 'see' it ina few days, it is one of those places that the more you linger the more you enjoy. Also, forget about Castro, the capital. I mean, the island is reasonably small, and buses are frequent. Base yourself in the smaller towns (my favourites: Achao, Dalcahue and Chonchi) to see the rest.
when are you coming to Argentina?
after that make sure I'll drop you a line to go for some drinks
Originally posted by boulderbritt:
I will be in Argentina from October on...we rented an apartment near Recoleta...we would love to meet people for drinks or what not since we won't know a soul! Send me a message..
Agree with Swede, the Salar de Uyuni is one of the most amazing and absolutelly fantastic places I've ever seen. Deffinetelly worthes any detour.
The Atacama Desert is pretty amazing, as Swede mentioned San Pedro de Atacama. You can do several tours from the town so make time to spend a few (5?) days, as well as a nice walk to the Inca ruins just out of town.
Whatever you do meet the locals; Iâ€™ve never met such wonderful, friendly people.
The world is a book, and those who do not travel, read only one page.--Saint Augustine
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