Hosteria Kau Si Aike
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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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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... cloud cover mitigated any sun-rays from reaching the towers. After an hour waiting I crawled back into my sleeping bag, chilled from the cool morning air. Around mid morning Andrew and I walked along the huge moraine to mirador Maestri that provided excellent close up views of Grande Glacier and Cerro Torro. Andrew threw a rock towards the glacier and you could hear the echo reverberate through the valley, was amazing.
We walked back and had a sleep for a couple ...
... some further south it appeared to have far more facilities. Not a place to hang around.
Tom - Gear selector indicator still playing up WD40 no longer making much difference. Bike need engine oil top up after searching for oil in garages with no success Lindsay comes to the rescue and I use his spare bottle to top ...
After leaving Bariloche, I was still headed south, deep into Patagonia and its wild landscapes. I stopped off for one night in a town called El Bolson, to visit its weekend market. The town is renowned for being a hippy haven and I thought it would suit me to check it out. It's surrounded by mountains and has markets every day, but the biggest at the weekend. It covered the whole central park and was everything you'd expect from a hippy market. Great home-made products, ...
... desert safari, including guanacos, condors, Hawks, a cool desert fox, armadillo, and flamingos. However after Maxine's wry comment 'is a fox one of the big five' I was forced to down grade to it a **** safari ( but safari none the less). The scenery on the whole drive had necessitated Maxine's diligent and vehement policing of my driving ' keep your eyes on the road' ' we nearly went in that ditch' and the ever present ' WATCH...SAKE' and got us there in one ...
... the next leg of my journey which is to include a large loop through the north of argentina and chile, perhaps taking in uruguay, brazil and paraguay.As soon as i opened the lonely planet, the driver decided that a lunch stop was in order so we pulled over and had a half an hour rest where we ate our previously prepared sandwiches. When we got back on my journey planning continued, and the next route looks fun. Following this, i ...