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TravelPod Member ReviewsRukalhue Hostel San Martin de los Andes
The hostel was clean and and the staff was helpful. It was exactly what you would expect from a good hostel, but breakfast and dinner was included in the price of a dorm room. An excellent value for cost. We aren't sure if that is just during the high and mid season, but definitely worth considering if you are headed there.
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... a more than reasonable rate, restaurant recommendations, etc., we got to know him and his family along the way.
Harry, a Dutch climber who has accented the highest peak in each of the seven continents, and who makes his living guiding others who aspire to such adventures, had met his now Argentinian wife, Ivana, in Lhasa, Tibet back in 2006. When they met, he was prepping to lead an Everest expedition, whilst she had simply been biking through Asia, getting to know ...
... We rented what I kept referring to as the bread delivery truck and it was manual, which I haven't driven since 2008, but I got behind the wheel and we took off! I was a little scared of what may have come from me driving through the mountains, in a standard, with 4 people I didn't know, but more than scared I was elated. So off we drove and if you ever saw Mary Poppins and remember the part where they jumped inside one of Dick Van ...
... on snow covered Mountains to both sides....The camp was also a meetingplace for numerous birds including at least an eagle, who landed no more than 10 meters away... We spent the evening with two nice Argentinian guys, sharing drinks, food and music. This evening it seemed to me, that I may have a talent for bongos ;) Later than expected I crawled into my tent for the first time.....something I really have been eager to do for so many ...
29 November We said goodbye to Bariloche but hasta luego, well be back! We caught another bus to head for San Martin. We saw more pretty scenery - lakes, mountains and some road works with big machinery. The second part of he trip was really dusty and you could see all the ash built up all over the place. The volcano mt puyehue is still active and letting of plumes of ash. In June this year it had a major explosion and this area had up to a ...
... there listening to the quiet – early Sunday mornings in the desert tend to be calm like this. Yannick looks at the clouds and says the weather doesn’t look good today; Shirley peeks out and agrees as she notes the big gray lenticular clouds in the foreground. Hmm, unfortunately it doesn’t look as though the calm is going to last much longer. The cold breeze makes us layer up as we crawl out of our comfy sleeping bags and begin the ...