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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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... there was Kayaking through the glaciers, so we enquired at the information desk. But sadly, we were to late in the year and the kayaking had closed already. Sad we could not get unclose and personal with the glacier, we finished our lunch and made our way back to the viewing platforms. We had a couple hours left so we went back to our favourite platforms and watched as the sun came out and helped to produce more and more icebergs. It was a truly magic ...
... on Route 40, not knowing how far we would make it that day or where we would stop for the night.
By 7:30 pm, the kids were tired and hungry, so we chose a pull off on the side of the road, with the lights of Cerro Castillo, the Chilean border town we planned to pass through, visible in the distance. We stopped, cooked pasta and pizza breads, watched the sun set as a crescent moon rose over the western glaciated mountain range and ate dinner as the sky filled up, and nearly overflowed, with stars. ...
... watching the mountains and glaciars. Deep blue water - wonderful day, good weather too.
Now - after resting- I wait the whole group of Juan and Don to come here to eat good, cheap Argentian food
Last week the official rate changed from 6.2 to 8.
The rate in south Argentina is less than in the north, as there many tourists here. In the hotel they change for 8.5, but on the boat -in the cafeteria- they change for 10, That what I did. They did ...
... some of the young ones legs astride of the opening take pictures....I just stand to one side...we peer into a bottomless soak hole...one hand holds the guide's hand and one has the ever present camera. We reach a high point on the glacier....I look over to the twisted ice behind the face of the glacier, I see the lake, I look back to the the path of the glacier up the mountain. I fill my water bottle with pure glacial water and ...
... in a plane when it begins to shake and lose altitude: you look at the hostesses who are still serving peanuts and you calm down. If they are not bothered by it, then everything is fine. Although in reality even they don't know what the hell is going on. Here, I highly doubt that even the driver of this bus knows what the hell happened and what the hell is still going on. We stopped for half an hour and there is still smoke and stench. It's been twenty minutes that he's ...