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. …
... bit longer and could relax and enjoy our lunch. The trek took us 5 hours in total and we were back in the city in the late afternoon. I was very lucky to meet Sebastian in the hostel and it was great to spend some time with a local who could tell me more about the Argentinian culture and lifestyle. Coming to breakfast the next morning, I could enjoy a couple of minutes of joy when Fitz Roy briefly uncovered from the clouds, which ...
... en route. We walked up to Las Aguilas and Los Condores overlooking the townsite, to Chorrillo del Salta waterfall in the forest, to Lago (lake) Capri and the fantastic Cerro Fitz Roy viewpoint before proceeding on to Poincenot campsite and out to Lago Torre, the crater lake with Glacier Grande at its western edge and the amazing Mirador Meastro ridge top walk with views of the glacier and Cerro Torre. Conditions varied from hot and ...
... with no discernible reason, as even from the town the views of the majestic peaks were breathtaking. The sun was unobscured by clouds (our amazing streak of weather luck continuing) as we passed the town's final tourist shops and started out on the trail. To begin with, the well trod path climbed steeply through gnarled woods offering glimpses of the nearby Rio de las Vueltas (River of Turns) that twisted its way through a valley topped with glaciated peaks, before the ...