Hotel La Aldea
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from El Chalten
... appearance were a bunch of ducks and other water birds like swans and geese. There was also a bunch of random horses hanging around.
We were feeling peckish on the way home and conveniently walked right on passed an ice creamery. The ice cream in Argentina is so good, i'm guessing due to the italian/european influence in the country. After demolishing these we headed off to the hostel, chilled and picked up some stuff and then came time to say bye to cooper. The bus ...
... silence' feels like. It was so quiet, we couldn't hear anything but our ears ringing and every now and then distant chatter of people walking on the trail.
We arrived into El Chalten in the afternoon and got ready to leave the next morning for El Calafate - the main Argentinian town in southern Patagonia and the entry point for both crossing over into Chilean Patagonia and to visit the colossal Perito Moreno Glacier. ...
... consisted of steak, lamb, sausage, chicken, black pudding and salad! It was excellent! And was followed by an equally good tiramisu. Isn't that Italian? It seems to be a bit windy here but, according to the receptionist at the hotel you ain't seen nothing yet! This is not windy. Apparently this is a light zephyr - in El Chalten terms. There are a load of 'Sceptics' here as well as Aussies - -all on trekking trips. Blow that for a laugh!! Our ...
We are on a mission to get down towards our next big stop El Chalten, so lots of driving and a bushcamp tonight. We stayed on a beach, just rocked up as you do and pitched the tents. In Argentina you can camp anywhere you like within 50 metres of a watercourse, so rivers and beaches are fair game. Beautiful spot, and there was a random penguin swimming in the ...
... around before heading back out as had planned to meet Natcha and Erica for drinks and were already running late. Finding their hostel was made a little challenging by the powercut in town, not even street lights but this all added to the adventure. All of the cute little log cabin restaurants were all lighting candles and everyone wondering the streets were very cheerful. We finally found their hostel, we were starting to think it was up in ...