Yiliana Hostel Puerto Madryn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsYiliana Hostel Puerto Madryn
Loved my time there. Friendly. Helpful, Clean. Free secure parking. A kitchen with everything you need to cook a meal. And they let me stay there with my German Shepherd. Such nice people. I really enjoyed my time there.
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... of it and get up close and personal to the little comedy walkers. The last 50,000 or so slackers we saw were waiting for their malting to finish before they headed off on their hols. So they were generally just chilling. As we had gone on an organised tour you have to accept that they will also throw in a slightly ****** stop somewhere else to pad out the day. It turns out that this stop was at a little town called Trelew, between Punta ...
... up Ford KA, I was co-navigator and Anita the typical back seat driver! We met Anita in Bariloche, and subsequently kept bumping into her, until we realised we were heading in the same direction and would be staying in the same hostel.
Anita in her early forties lives in Cowbridge, Wales, very close to where Han is from. It was nice sharing a bit of home with each other - food being a big talking point. We joined Anita as she was ...
... fishing, and tourism focused on the marine life of the Peninsula Valdes and the colony of 400,000 Magellanic penguins located in Punta Tombo, three hours to the south.
There are vast estancias (ranches) outside of the city where sheep are raised. They are the only critter that can survive on the land with so little moisture. The estancias outside of the cities get free water for human use, delivered by the ...
... into expansive grassland and travelled along Route 40 the Argentinian equivalent to Route 66 in the US slicing down the entire coast. The open expansive spaces continued for as far as the eye could see and only the occasional hill was present on the horizon. Not a lot happened for the rest of the day and we only passed one substantial town the whole day until we arrived at our quarry bush camp.
I was on cook group and with our new team we created a fusion dish of a ...
We had received the recommendation to take the ruta 12 to Esquel. 200km dirt road along the river Chubut. At a sunny day we found perfect road conditions and great views all the day: Red rocks and green trees at the river banks. Even the gas station in the middle of nowhere had fuel. Perfect.
In the evening we camped directly at the scenic rock Piedra Parada and enjoyed the sunset.