Hostel del Glaciar Libertador
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it took us around 20hours to get to el calafate. we travelled by bus
and boat. furthermore, we crossed the chilean border twice, which didnt
turn out to be the easiest procedure. one has to know that it isn't
allowed to bring in food into chile - although we didn't really stay in
chile for more than a few hours!
our view from …
Due to the huge cost of flying between countries in this continent I was back in Argentina and back to Salta for a day, to make the most of the detour I hired a car with a group of girls from the hostel and went to Cafayate for one of the best lunch settings I've ever been to. Estancia de Cafayate out the otherside of town was a very posh golf …
Today's main activity was bus riding. Our overnight bus was pure luxury since we scored the front two seats on the top deck of the bus. That translated to tons of extra legroom, since the windshield bows out. I reclined my seat as far as it would go, stuck my backpack on top of my footrest, and lay down with my legs sticking straight out. It was …
We declared Saturday a "do nothing" day, devoted to emails, Skyping home and wandering around town.
Sunday, we were ready to take on Perito Moreno. This famous glacier draws tourists and scientists alike for two reasons: 1) It's gorgeous and 2) It's one of only a few glaciers in the world that isn’t receding.
To see the …
Simonandalison stayed here on Feb 6, 2011 during their trip titled: Simonandalison's Great Adventure.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
Very clean, very nice staff, big rooms with lockers.
A bit pricey but you need some comfort after 5 day trekking....
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