Patagonia Sur Aparthotel
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... looked under at least twice,even knowing I would never put anything in a draw in a hotel room,it still has to be done,you never know what gremlin may have come out in the night,removed something from your zipped up backpack and placed it in a draw,stranger things have happened.Clothed and the necessary security checks done,I can leave the hotel room knowing with absolute certainty that everything I own is now on my body or being carried in my right hand.
It is a ...
... a cab into town with a couple who had just landed that evening. They asked where was good to eat / drink and being our sixth day (!) we felt we could answer this query. We were heading to the Dublin, a cheap and cheerful Irish bar (obvs) which we'd heard did great pizza, and they came too. Two hours, several drinks and two large pizzas later we felt we'd successfully welcomed the latest travellers to Ushuaia, which meant it was finally time for us to move on. Phil and Mups ...
... coming into Ushuaia, Argentina (pronounced oo-shoo-AYE-ah) and means "a bay penetrating westward". Ushuaia is the capital of the island of Terra del Fuego. One can drive from Alaska to here on a paved road that is 17,000 Kms long. Ushuaia is home to approx. 70,000 people and sits right on the Beagle (named after the ship that brought Charles Darwin here in the 1830's) Channel.
The scenery is beautiful as the city is set against the snow-capped Andes. ...
... eventually exchanged $US 1,500 for almost 60% more pesos than the official rate. Of course, the official rate jumped almost 30% in one day a couple weeks later, somewhat cutting into our sleazy profits, but not entirely. Not entirely.
Then a brief evening in Ushuaia, let's just call it a city that sits really, really far south, much farther than almost every other city in the world, but not quite the furthest, staying in this posh hotel ...
... sail over the edge. He christened the land "Tierra del Fuego".
Today, thousands of Antarctic cruise tourists who use Tierra del Fuego as their launching point hope experience the same “end of the world” fervour. While not (this trip) travelling to Antarctica, we were hoping to do same.
We left a steamy 38 degrees in BA and flew into Ushuaia, the capital of Tierra del Fuego. We had to remind ourselves that it was the height of summer, as ...