I just moved in this brand new flat half way between the center and the beach.
Come and enjoy my welcoming 2 bedded guest room. You'll also have your own bathroom and access to all amenities.
My flat is not unique, It probably looks the same as all the other flat from this brand new residence.
But as you might discover during your trip around Chile and south America building standards are not the same that the one you might have been used to.
No bad surprise, my brand new flat is comfy and comes with good insulation, heating and hot water! So you can warm up after freezing in the bus for hours or after coming back from an excursion.
Plus on top of having your own room you'll get your own bathroom!
You'll still have to share the rest of the space and amenities with me, such as my pretty sweet kitchen, with laundry machine... my 15 Mb Wifi connection.
Also outside the Flat you'll have access to the residence swimming-pool, gardens and Bbq area
Unlimited access to the kitchen and the common area.
I know what it is to backpack, so I'm trying to make my flat traveler-friendly by covering the simplest needs (Shared seasoning & spices, laundry powder...)
Enjoy the pool and the bbq of the residence as well as the parking if you have a car.
Interaction with guests
I'm French, speak fluently English and spanish and can work out some italian if you really want to.
I'm working in the Elqui valley as a winemaker/ Pisco distiller, so will only be able to hang out after work but would love to be helpful with your stay in La Serena give you the right adresses, good tips, and maybe share dinner, a drink, 2 drinks... with you.
Other things to note
Don't freak out if you don't see the street on the map. It's so new it's not yet on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) map. just follow my directions.
Same rules apply than if you were my flatmate. door is open 24h a day. just enjoy your stay.
i'm french, from the limousin region. I'm a winemaker and have been travelling the world to work with grapes. I'm now based in Chile where I make Pisco ( I still make wine, but mainly for Pisco).
I like to meet new people and new cultures. Thank to my time outside of France I speak spanish and English. I forgot most of my italian but now I can speak quite a bit of Portuguese.