Casa de Piedra Cabanas y Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... to hold 6mph average! Southern Patagonia (to come) is one of the windiest places on the planet, so I guess it was good practice. Once I had hauled myself into town I could finally turn out of the wind to find my hostel, which was a waste of time as they hadn't made my booking, and were full, like all the other hostels and hotels in town. The queue at the tourist information was out of the door with people looking ...
... same hike as me so I agreed to meet him at the trail head 2km down the road. He arrived and we went in hunt of three 'lost lagunas'. Turns out Santos was a nature tour guide of the local area but had no customers this week so had hitchhiked himself out to explore a new route to take future clients. This meant he explained to me the name (in Spanish) of every single tree, flower and bird in the forest, which was great. Except I instantly forgot every word, far too many more ...
... three hours to make it back to the bike shop before close). At the end of the day, we bought some food and beer and went down to the beach in town and enjoyed some more sun. That night, we realized that it was going to take us longer than we thought it would to take to get to El Chalten. Unfortunately, that would mean leaving San Martín a day earlier than planned. After a lot of phone calls and some running around (mostly in ...
... in the evenings, or afternoon sometimes, and being bored in general. It's not the kind of town to spend two weeks in if you don't have time or money for excursions, kayak rentals or backcountry trekking. But I did go on one hike, spent one day at the beach, and TWO (!!!) nights out on the town! (By two, I mean like three hours one night and thirty minutes another night because I am such ...
... there are still heavy vehicles shifting piles of ash around the outskirts. We stopped in town for lunch and it was deserted; it seems that many businesses have closed and many farmers had to kill animals. I do not know what the future will hold for the town as it was dependent on tourists who are mainly staying away now. It is very sad and we hope it will return ...