Patagonia Sur Aparthotel
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... s in her explanation of the area we were traveling in.
The truth is,most Argentines want to forget it all ever happened but the Government won't let them.Earlier I mentioned about my transfer guide who said “don't worry about all the Malvina's signs in the city” and of course most of the young people are too busy listening to English bands and buying English Union Jack fashion bags!
The experience though was quite sobering as I walked ...
... two Swiss girls, Sara and Jacqueline. Three quickly became five and we all decided that we would head out to Tierra del Fuego National Park in the morning for hopefully a day filled with better hiking.
We woke up to find perfectly clear skies and we were immediately filled with hope for a great day of hiking. Again I had not looked at any photos of the park so I had no expectations and they were easily blown away! Good ...
... days whilst we were in and around the white continent. Prior to leaving I had made a reservation at a new hostel, aptly named the Antarctica hostel. I was early for check in, but so tired that I just slept in the common area, until a bed was ready. Sleeping for all of the afternoon, a group from the boat that were still in Ushuaia made plans to met up have food and some beers, before people went back home, many back to the UK, other fellow travelers onto their next ...
... decided to join us for lunch, where Hannah and Nadia ordered a burger, not quite expecting it to be just a piece of meat on a plate. Luckily we got free bread.
We then set off for our night in Ushuaia airport. It was eerily deserted, and we managed to scare ourselves to death by accidentally setting off the escalator. We found a cozy area of floor near the loudest snoring couple, and had a surprisingly good night's sleep. Next stop, ...
... so a little from column A, a little from column B.
So, as if that wasn't enough foot-powered exertion for us, our next stop was in a tiny mountain town known as the hiking capital of Argentina. Also the wind capital of Argentina, and from what I could see, also the toque and leggings capital of Argentina. Not the worst thing to be known for, at least from where I was leering, er, standing. A great place, we figured, to work on ...