- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hosteria Futalaufquen Esquel
Travel Blogs from Esquel
... she took pitty on us. She made some calls and arranged for a hotel owner to come to our rescue. He charged us however much we wanted out on his visa payment system, then withdrew that amount from the bank. Sadly he took advantage of us and charged us $40 for this service, but we were desperate and couldn't refuse.
Now we were ready to pay our debts and get the hell out of that place. Sadly we missed the last bus of the day by 10 minutes, just our luck. ...
Arriving super early in the morning around 4am, I was glad to have paid a little more for a dorm with less beds as it turns out there was no one else there, no guilt for arriving so early and waking people. After catching up with sleep most of the morning, later in the afternoon I met an Australian couple and we went exploring the town early evening. on a town map there was an welsh chapel, whilst getting my photo ...
... is supposed to have gone sea kayaking last August. For a week. What happened Harris? We claimed that class 5 rapid. All four of us whooped and high fived. Josh said we could jump in and swim one of the easier rapids. The three of us jumped in and bobbed along in our life jackets. After swimming/floating the rapid David took an age to get back in the boat. I learnt later that he was having a quick wee. We camped in Futaleufu, of course, at a quiet campsite next to the ...
... 10 Israelis - a very diverse team (a mother with 2 adult children, 2 couples after
the army, and we).
However, the atmosphere was well-wishing.
We reminded for the young people their parents, and they for us - our children.
The trip started with a problem. After 4 hours driving our driver found out that he forgot his
passport at home. He dropped us on a gas station where ...
... be great. We had three rides and completed the 75km to Esquel, with the final guy even dropping us at the Hostel door! Not bad for a couple of oldies...
So, today, another day of R and R before we take the early bus tomorrow morning to El Bolson. Then its on to Bariloche, reputedly one of the prettiest (if touristy) towns in Argentina.