Patanuk Lake Hostel
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... answer of where Route 23 had gone. It was like some kind of joke played by the locals – take away each and every road sign and see how well out-of-towners do. It was initially puzzling and eventually really irritiating that there weren´t any signs to tell you where to go, if you were going the right way or how far you were from your intended destination. Four hours later, at 8pm and way past our original guess of 7pm, it was getting dark and we were, ...
... town of Viedma.
A single freight wagon is being loaded with good as diverse as matresses, store manequins and paper towels.
As departure time approaches the platform fills with an excited crowd, including a large group of school chidren on an organised trip. One little boy has a Manchester United badge on the back of his knapsack.
An elderly gentleman tells us he is travelling to spend Christmas ...
... At the refugio I reset my gps tracker for the speed descent down the valley. 3 seconds later we are climbing down rocks again, finally levelling out somewhat at 1200 metres altitude. After 2 1/2 hours we finally reach the campsite, 9km down the trail. Sitting at 1000 metres, right by the river Its well worth the effort. It even has a lazy boy chair! It is not lost on me that for the bulk of the trail from the refugio we have been walking through clumps of bamboo. I imagine my ...
... page story with a picture of people on the beach like you'd get back home when a heatwave happens. d goes for a walk after dinner and doesn't manage to get back in time to see sunset from the 10th floor. But we both enjoy our own views of a magnificent sky, with banks of cloud over the water slowly turning through pinks and oranges; the town on the hill glowing. It's 360° of gorgeous. The thunderstorm in the far distance tops it all off. We can't ...
... we were there. Not crazy windy so we could continue. Things were looking promising for summit. About 20 minutes after that the Brazilian turned back. It was now just Dave and Jude and Perry from GB and myself. We continued taking breaks about every 40 minutes. The top seemed so close but going up for another 40 minutes at last break seemed difficult but there was no way competitive Christine was quitting. Pushed on ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatanuk Lake Hostel San Carlos de Bariloche
This hostel is a good value for its price. It has a beautiful lake view from the common room and the staff is super friendly.
We found that it had little kitchen facilities and there only was one shower and toilet on the second floor, which could get crowded in high season. Apart from that, we would definitely recommand this nice and clean hostel, well located in Bariloche.
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