Yiliana Hostel Puerto Madryn
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Yiliana Hostel, Puerto Madryn
A family run hostel just two blocks from the beach and the main street welcomed Val, Anna and I like family. The hostel had a full size kitchen with everything you would need to cook a meal, plus purified water and two clean refrigerators. A large flat screen …
... We paid our entrance fee and walked around another interpretation centre, which was better than the one at peninsular valdez, but seriously, there is somehin about stuffed animals and information boards that just doesnt excite me. I dont care how much a penguin eats per year or how long its gestation period is, just get me up close to a real life cuddly fella.
The most interestin thing that i did discover, however, is that this colony of penguins, right here, is the ...
... Tuesday noon. They came up to us, curiously poking us with their noses and checking out who those weird creatures were that came visiting them twice a day. And I have the feeling they challenged our swimming skills. Damn I wanna swim like that!! I think I would even put up with whiskers if I could.
Even putting on our gear was already challenging – talking about a 7 mm wetsuit! Totally worth it, though. That swim session ...
... hallway on Decks 2 and 3, down the stairs and around the elevators. We decide to sit this one out. Don joins us as we watch the floor show as more people join the line. It takes forever to dock and then the captain announces that people who are disembarking need to be back aboard by 4:30 p.m. (It is now 2:30 p.m.) Three shuttle buses wait outside to take the disembarkees to town. Another coach waits to pick up the 37 overland tour folks, who ...
... certainly cannot see and do everything, because otherwise you would end up broke within a short time, but we decided to make an exception for this place and that was the best decision we could have taken. We have seen such a lot of beautiful places and wonderful animals, that it would be enough for a lifetime.
Prior to Punta Tombo, and before the penguins, we went on the Peninsula Valdes, a natural reserve surrounded by the sea and a spectacular coastline. Wild ...
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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