Hosteria Kau Si Aike
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria Kau Si Aike El Chalten
El Chaten is a village made for hikers, so we do not seek the comfort of a 4 stars, rather a nice hotel and good humor. This is exactly what I found at the Hosteria Kau Si Aike, with her boss so nice.
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De l'extrême nord de l’Argentine, nous filons vers l’extrême sud du continent, direction la Patagonie. Je ne sais pas pour vous mais, pour moi, ce nom évoque l’aventure, les grands espaces, Florent Pagny. Pas idiot le bonhomme, c’est vrai qu’on imagine mal le percepteur …
Et les Pesos Argentins me direz vous ?
Et bien Puerto Iguazu étant la ville frontière avec le Brésil et le Paraguay, je n'ai eu aucun problème pour changer des Euros, cette fois-ci, même sans montrer mon passeport, allez comprendre !!
Aujourd'hui, journée de transition, partis a 9 heures ce matin, arrivés a El Calafate vers 19 heures. …
... snowfall. When we got to the top we stopped for lunch to enjoy the view of the beautiful lagoon. However, our break didn't last longer than 15 mins because of the ice cold extremely strong wind, which drove most of the tourists to seek shelter behind large rocks. Our descent was much easier and faster. It took us 4.5 hours to get to the top (including breaks for rest and pictures) and only 3 hours to go down. Despite the ...
... but here, nada! but still mesmorising to watch. About an hour away from Calafate we rounded a corner and there in front of us was a mountainous snow topped range and a lake of the most amazing turqoise colour.
El Calafate is just a 3hr. Stop until we catch another bus to El Chaltern. Just enough time to wander round and have a delicious ice cream. Many more tourists here and the place looks very Alpine, lots of Hikers and mountain ...
... it from 6 months on the road. I was giving him some banter about me being a better rider as mine hadn't come off once, this didn't help his frustration with the panniers! Next the '3 hour' last section. This involved a pretty steep winding gorge in the path, due to the many pannier laden bikes that take this path it was as wide as the panniers, and no more! My tactic was to stay on the bike, brakes locked on and feet on top of the gorge feet almost higher than my head walking like a crab, ...