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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... the gauchos on their horses.
When the herd finally passed, we turned around to witness what looked like a sea of sheep behind us one last time and then continued on our way. Dr. Vex, with Jonathan at the wheel and me navigating, crossed the Strait by way of the ferry, before heading due south for a good eighty kilometers on a dirt road, from the northern tip of Tierra Del Fuego Island, in search of a king penguin colony we had heard lives on the shores of Bahía ...
This morning we awoke as we were cruising along an area known as Glacier Alley. We went out onto deck to get a glimpse of the snow- capped mountains coming down to the sea. We also saw one or two glaciers along the way. We actually sailed past Ushuaia and viewed it from afar before turning back to enter the channel leading to our docking space. It was very windy and it took quite a deal of manoeuvring to line up on the pier and dock safely. It was a beautiful sunny day and we watched ...
... jail that had been completely unrestored-still in the same condition it was in200 years prior. It was amazing to see how destroyed the cells were, dilapidated and run down. It felt like a concentration camp that i went to in Austria a few years ago. Communal showers and toilets, no privacy anywhere in a freezing environment. It must have been hell.The last section of the gallery was purely artwork and photos of penguins and again, i spent a bit of time in here. The photos ...
... example, Argentina, Chile, and Britain were all trying to claim the Palmer Peninsula (and still do). Conversely, the United States and Russia (at the time, USSR) did not make claims but refused to recognize any other country’s claim as legitimate, reserving the right to make a claim at any point in the future. Sensing a conflict of global proportions if things were not dealt with, the world powers of the time joined forces to delay claims in ...
... landscapes in fluent Spanish. No idea what he said so we just wondered off and did our own thing.
We enjoyed our time in El Calafate but we had to keep moving on and this time it was back to Puerto Natales where the W Trek awaited in the Torres del Paine National Park. We jumped on a bus and another border crossing and 5 hours later ...
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