Hostel Viajeros

Address: Maiz 545, Puerto Madryn, Province of Chubut, Patagonia, ., Argentina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Madryn

Roadtrip 4 - The robbery

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Dec 17, 2014

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... It's hard to describe the feeling we had, we were so angry at whoever it was that did it. The thought that somewhere out there some ******* was looking at all our things, no doubt deleting all our photos and probably laughing whilst they did it too. Those utter *******s!

That feeling of anger along with tbe frustration of not really knowing what to do next in regards to our passports, van, plans and newly depleted finances made us even do the unthinkable. We started ...

Day 36

A travel blog entry by samanthahogan on Oct 07, 2014

18 photos

... The baby skunk was trying to play with the Penguins and they were not having it. They kept hissing at it and chasing it away then the skunk would pounce at them. It was very adorable. There were also two penguins that kept grooming each other and I just wanted to squeeze them. Once we went around the whole peninsula we went to try to get on the boat. We were first told we'd have to wait 3 hrs till the next sailing. Two hours later we were told ...

Doctor Doolittle

A travel blog entry by philandmups on Apr 19, 2014

8 photos

Right, enough of this amazing scenery and walking. I'm in charge of our itinerary now and I want to see animals. And more particularly penguins. They're awesome. And if you want to see wildlife in Argentina, you go to Puerto Madryn, half way up the east coast. Sadly we were only a third of the way up the western side of the country. So that meant a 26 hour cross-country bus journey. Woohoo! (Once you've travelled these distances round ...

Back at the Beach - Puerto Madryn

A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Mar 27, 2014

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... in to our hostel. In fact, visiting Patagonia at this time of year is just like visiting Cornwall in September – you´ve still got good enough weather and even though you get a sense things are winding down, most things are still open but you don´t get the crowds.

That evening at the hostel, we got chatting to an American guy, Peter, from California. He was waiting out the rough seas to go diving and so, as ...

ETA: Ten Paragraphs!

A travel blog entry by jemappleby on Jan 30, 2014

9 photos

... ostrich and guanaco's - members of the llama family.
We ended up in Gaiman - a Welsh settlement town for the afternoon. Here the two Welshy's of the group relished every moment of having their bit of home. Afternoon tea in a traditional Welsh tea house, served by a Argentine woman with a Welsh/Spanish accent that could speak more Welsh than the two I was with made for a very surreal experience.
Sugar rush over, literally ate ...