Hosteria Kau Si Aike
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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. …
... rise! It was definitely the earliest I've ever been on a bike and it was pretty cool, cycling through perfect quietness and seeing the mountains and sky light up pink and blue. We got there on time, with a few minutes to spare to take photos in front of the 'End of the Carretera Austral' poster - the official end of the road! A few other cyclists trickled in, and then a bus load of people, and we jumped aboard. The ferry wasn't quite what we expected - the company sells their ...
... the water, bought a few things from the supermarket and then rode the 21 kilometres back to our wild camp spot for a wash, soup, tea and dulce de leche on crackers. Day 53. Monday 2nd February. Wild Camp near Tortel junction to Wild Camp half way to Villa O'Higgins. Monday morning. Up early at 6.45am so that we can catch the 12 o'clock ferry from Puerto Yungay 30 kilometres away (according to the sign). We climb out of the valley up a steep gorge, the only sound is ...
... was not going to make viewing anything an easy task. We took a couple of quick photos and then walked back along the Rio Fitz Roy to find a protected place to have our lunch. We passed our group about 1 km from the lookout, so we were 2 kms ahead at this stage. We hiked back, stopping for lunch and an occasional photo and checking to see if the cloud had lifted but it hadn't. The wind swept along the valley and occasionally we got a face full of dust. We finally arrived back ...