How about touring Poet Pablo Neruda’s homes in Chile?

Are you a fan of Poet Pablo Neruda? If you are in Chile, you should definitely take the time to visit his unique homes, which are open for tours. The homes reveal a man of surprising tastes and reflect on the country’s tumultuous past.  We recommend visiting his Isla Negra home as that is the final resting place of Neruda and his wife, whose graves face the sea. If you want to learn more, read this excellent article by the LA Times : http://www.latimes.com/travel/la-tr-neruda-20110501,0,4236577.story

Isla Negra Home

La Sebastiana – Valparaiso

La Chascona – Santiago

Posted on by Joanne Castillo in Curiosities, Recommendations, Travel Tips 4 Comments

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Joanne Castillo

Joanne has experience in local, regional and international development affairs. She has lived and worked in the USA, Europe and Latin America. She is bilingual in Spanish and English with working knowledge in French, Italian and Portuguese. Joanne evaluates each activity and ensures their sustainability and low impact to the environment while supporting the local people. Joanne has traveled the world and decided to join the team when she traveled to Venezuela, fell in love with it in 2008.

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