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The next stop after Ushuaia was El Calafate, famous for the Perito Moreno glacier, 78km away from town.
I had bought a flight from Ushuaia with a company called LADE (Líneas Aéreas del Estado). It was the cheapest one, and for a reason. They flights are "conditional", which means, they might flight, or not! …
Patagonia. The name alone often conjures up images of the exotic, of barren plains, roaring winds and uniquely foreboding mountain peaks. It is remote, untouched - one is still able to drink from the mountain streams here. It evokes a magnetic curiosity in those travellers seeking something a little different than your weekend trip to Banff. To …
It all began on a late January evening. It used to be known as 'winter time' in Blighty, however, now at the bottom (or **** end as some uncultured swines may deem it) of the world, it was now referred to as 'summer time'. The place: Rio Gallegos, Argentinian Patagonia. The time: unknown due to the ridiculously long days …
... our way to Buenos Aires. Once landed, we grabbed our bags and found the airline desk. Luckily they rebooked us on the flight tomorrow, free of charge. But for tonight we now need to find a hotel in Buenos Aires and figure out how to get out of our first night booking in El Calafate.
Frustrated, we grabbed a bite to eat and tried to book a hotel. Well by now you may know how much we love airport Wifi. After finding a place to stay that was ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlbergue Buenos Aires El Calafate
Bad beds, room too small, two bathrooms for the whole hostel, small kitchen, very laudly-
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