Patagonia Sur Aparthotel

Address: Hipolito Irigoyen 2031, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, Argentina | Condo
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This condo is located on Hipolito Irigoyen 2031, Ushuaia.
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    Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

    Cierva Cove/ Trinity Island

    A travel blog entry by kiwimitch2015 on Mar 01, 2015

    6 photos

    ... we all got in line to follow Richard through a brash ice area. Quite tricky as one cannot paddle on chunks of ice and it is tough to steer without momentum. Needless to say we went off course and despite me berating Wayne’s lack of steerage we made it through without being tipped over by the odd larger vagrant chunks of ice. Gob smacked would be a good word to describe everyone by the end of the afternoon. ...

    White Summer at the World's End

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jan 25, 2015

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... complained about immigrants from Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela and Haiti (sometimes even Chileans from other regions) introducing pernicious customs and unwanted elements to the local dynamics. Some expressed anger over the access illegal immigrants purportedly have to healthcare, while others populated their language with words like “delinquency”, "danger", “crime”, and “insecurity”, cautioning me to be careful doing many of the things ...

    Postcards from the end of the world

    A travel blog entry by pocomonoloco on Dec 07, 2014

    15 photos

    ... of Lord of the Rings, so reminded me a bit of the South Island of New Zealand. Everywhere we looked were like these small, round, orange berries on the trees that were really spongy to touch. Later we found out these were the Calafate Berry that were used to make a famous regional liquor, pretty tasty. After 3 hours we ended at a cafe / museum that had a really interesting display on the local indigenous people, Yamana. They were basically ...

    The End of the World

    A travel blog entry by purcy on Mar 31, 2014

    60 photos

    ... by small yet mountainous islands. And there stood a small wooden building on the water’s edge, with a jetty: the post office at the end of the world. Postcards and obligatory stamps in our passports, showing we had been to the end of the world. From where I was standing, the end of the world was rather spectacular.

    We headed of a day’s hiking through the park. In and out of the woods, along the stoney beaches, jumping across the swampy muddy parts. ...

    El Fin del Mundo

    A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Jan 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... the ship allowed us to disembark to walk around the city. It was a brisk 45 degrees, so we dawned our jackets and headed out to explore. We walked back and forth down the main drag, Av. San Martin, stopping in chocolate shops, shopping for cheap mementos in the souvenir shops, and taking pictures. It was nice just to move freely after almost two days on a ship.

    Side note: At the port, Brian noticed two signs, containing messages written in ...