Galeazzi-Basily Bed & Breakfast y Cabanas Aves del Sur
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... are the oldest in South Georgia. The Rusting Glacier at the end of the Fjiord was amazing with lots of blue tinges in it along with others on the way in. The captain opened up the bow and took the ship in as close as he could which gave us all plenty of time to take photographs. I went up to the platform on the bow of the ship which was really exciting. There were lots of little pintadoes and storm petrels flying around the lovely sparkling blue water. The ship turned round and ...
... the town nestled below forested, snow-covered mountains. Our ship slowly moved to maintain its position, more or less, outside the port. Originally, we were scheduled to dock in Ushuaia in the morning and leave later that night. The hours passed and we eventually learned we would overnight in Ushuaia, with the excursions planned for the 20th occurring on the 21st. This change was a good clue in the early afternoon that we ...
After we passed into Argentina the road improved and the scenery change d to cattle and more hills. Then we started climbing up into the mountains - quite change in terrain Ushuaia is the southern most city in the world The port is huge. All in all a really fascinating trip I am glad we took the bus and were able to experience all of that Our hotel is an older chalet style way out of town up a ...
... speaking my language and a
complete disorientation to location time and space. But seriously I had no
idea where I was but the sun was shining and I soon saw the faces of my
friends and slid right back into the present.
The day had very little in the way of goals other that find me some cables
to attach the camera to my tablet, an outlet converter and some Tylenol for
my wicked headache. Well, none of ...