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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... timber from what is now a national park. We chugged past many wild horses amidst a carpet of wild flowers on either side and saw many fields of just grass and tree stumps. It was just like entering the exclusive world of “Sodor”, being pulled by its colourful steam engine!! We were then driven back through the Tierra del Fuego National Park to the prison. The building of the prison began in 1902, completed in 1920 and housed the ...
I left Buenos Aires this morning for a 3.5 hour flight south to Ushuaia, the southern most city in the world. It is a town of about 50,000 people with a port for freight, cruise ships and a small navy yard. I learned today that there are 3 natural navigable transits from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans, one of which is the Beagle Channel, where Ushuaia is located (the others are the Drake ...
... re drinking the last cup you want. Don't say thank you before you're done otherwise they won't pass you the cup anymore. Don't hold the cup too much because your hands will cool the mate and don't hog the cup too long because other people are waiting have some. Complicated!
I also went on a 6 hour cruise to see the penguins!! There are two types on the little island and I got to see both. So cute! They're always playing and running in and out of the water ...
... by the fact that our flight got delayed for about 2 hours, after our bags were already on the tarmac, getting wet.
After the storms let up we finally made it to Ushuaia, minus one of Diana’s bags and all of our bags having been soaked through. George opened his bag to find that his suit had been opened (from the suit carrying thingy,) then wadded up and thrown back in. Dad’s case had his ...
... Turned out, the
drivers were the same as on the way there, and were 2 really nice guys.
Alejandro, the assistant, was so cool. He spoke English very well, and
loved talking to us. I had told him the following day was going to be
Danica's birthday, and during one of our many stops, he get everyone on
the bus to sing for her, it was awesome.
We made it back across the Strait of Magellan, this time with some