Hosteria Kalken

Address: Tte. V. Feilberg 119, El Calafate, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, 9405, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tte. V. Feilberg 119, El Calafate.
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Travel Blogs from El Calafate

The Glacier

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 02, 2014

... still water where the glacier had been eroded. There was also a tint of grey, caused by dirt that had been wind swept onto the ice from the surrounding mountains. As such this was most noticeable towards the outer edges of the glacier. This often gave the impression that we were walking on ground that had a light smattering of snow that was melting away, when in fact there was nothing but H2O for the next vertical 170m.

We made our way into the centre of the ...

Kickin' Obama's ass! (Day 53-58)

A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Apr 13, 2014

2 comments, 46 photos

... br> The 4 hour mountain bike ride was great fun but also tiring...hilly the whole way with no flat bits. Nayan had to teach me how and when to change gears! The views of the lakes and mountains were absolutely stunning. As we arrived so late the night before, we didn't have any time to sort a packed lunch out. So we began hunting for food. After a few unsuccessful attempts at finding a restaurant which was open, Nayan found a little dirt track ...

San Julian Surprises

A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Mar 25, 2014

3 photos

... 8211; invested money in livestock, that is. Every month sheep were being stolen by whoever and wherever (there´s no way two people can know what´s happening over 600,000 acres) or were being killed by pumas. Even when he arranged a sheep auction, the local guys from San Julian he hired to help just got drunk at the ranch and then demanded double pay if he wanted them to leave. I used to think working on ranch sounded quite cool, well not ...

Disconnected jottings

A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Mar 05, 2014

1 comment, 46 photos

... found his son close to death. He returned and buried the body and his son survived

The second category concerns a lady and legend holds that Deolinda Correa's husband was forcibly taken to join the military sometime around 1940. Deolinda, determined to find her young husband, set off across the pampas with her infant child in her arms. Not unexpectedly, she died in the desert. As she lay dying of thirst, she set her son to her breast and, miraculously, he survived. A few ...

More Driving,!

A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Nov 15, 2013

3 photos

Another long drive, planned to bush camp but time was running out and there wasn't really anywhere decent to stop, so we pulled in to the most amazing campsite, on a land spit between two rivers. Beautiful spot and the never ending Patagonian wind died down ...