Galeazzi-Basily Bed & Breakfast y Cabanas Aves del Sur
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... was.I dont even know if that's the right way to make it. Regardless, we felt better the next morning. We had learned for the next time, though, to drink plenty of water the night before and during the day.
We woke the next morning to blustering winds and freezing rain, which we had to stand for 30 minutes in waiting for the bus out of Ushuaia. What was supposed to be 12 hours back to Punta Arenas ended up being 17 hours, as we had to wait ...
... a razor and a bag of chips, that under $7 cad! I constituted to wander back to the area I knew but of course I got lost. I had to backtrack a bit but otherwise I did pretty well navigating the city. I also decided to go shopping for a couple small things ... A nice shirt and a bag for $588.00! I couldn't believe it, but it was my mistake an not knowing Spanish hasn't helped me out either. Although the clothes were over priced I still kept ...
... the rest mostly retracting. Our first glimpse gave away its enormity and it was definitely a sight to be seen.
The glacier spanned 7km across, 35km deep and had a face 60m high. When the sun popped out from behind the clouds the glacier would change colours as if it were a chameleon and give off a spectrum of bright and deep blues.
... the cold in these latitudes, they did not have clothes on. To keep warm, the lit fires all around them. Apparently, for this reason, the first explorers called this area Tierra del Fuego (Land of the Fire).
Before we leave Antarctica behind , Elena and Ariana wanted to make a compilation of what they liked the most:
Ariana 's Top 10 :
1. The Polar plunge
2.. Presentation about ...