El Gualicho Hostel
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We arrived early morning after our 10 hour bus journey during the night. The hostel was really close to the bus station so we enjoyed an early morning walk, checked in, just about made it for breakfast and then took it easy for the afternoon. Puerto Madryn was founded by Welsh settlers 145 years ago and is like a gateway to the Valdes Península. …
הגענו לפואר 96;ו מדרין ב-7:00 בבוקר אחרי יומיי 01; בדרכי 01; ן-2 לילות …
Further south of Buenos Aires (about a 30 hour bus journey) I arrive at Puerto Madryn, a small desolate town that acts as the gateway to Argentina's Patagonia region, a place famous for whale watching and spotting many other species of animals. The town itself was orginally a Welsh settler community, and a tiny tiny musuem remains along the beach …
After checknig out of the hostel in Buenos Aires we then headed off to catch another 18 hour bus to Puerto Madryn on the Atlantic coast of Patagonia. We arrived at the bus station in good time and then tried to find the correct platform for our bus. This wasnt easy as there were 85 or so of them and the ticket we had was for a company called Via …
**Apologies to you English speakers but the following will be in Welsh as it would be sacrilige to write in English and our mothers would go mental! Why?! Because this is all about the Wladfa - the little Wales beyond Argentina. So get someone to translate!**
Gyrhaeddon ni Borth Madryn ar ol siwrne hir o Fuenos Aires (treiglad da!) - bws …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Gualicho Hostel Puerto Madryn
Fantastic very high quality hostel. Lots of space and great communal facilities. Our private double room is hotel standard and the staff are very friendly and helpful. The whales are mesmirising, I highly recommend a visit to Puerto Madryn and you should definitely stay here !
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