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Note: Due to the nautical nature of this part of the journey, I shall attempt to write this blog entry in Piratese. That's not my first tongue, nor my second or third, but I'll do my best.
"Arrrrgh! 'Tis be the land-dinghy, awaiting to take you to the harrrbour of airrrborrne vessels" said the fellow at the other end of the pipe, "Be thee prepared?"
"Aye", I bellowed, and so sauntered yonder.
... police force.Roca was deeply concerned that Chile had their eyes on the area.The penal colony would help to cement Ushuaia firmly in place.
The Argentinian Government continued to encourage people to move to Ushuaia,this was not easy as it was a desolate wind swept area with appalling weather.Never the less,fishing was good and amazing natural wonders,like the glaciers and Beagle Channel could be used as future investments.Some people did move down when rumours of a ...
... and the snow-capped, glacier laden mountain range surrounding Ushuaia came into full view. We figured we would drive along the road as far as it goes toward Martial Glacier, the area's most accessible. Within ten minutes driving from the town center we had arrived at the end of the road, with the Martial Glacier directly in front of us, covered with a fresh blanket of snow. Admittedly it was still bitter cold, but the sun was shining. Sadly, since Jonathan and I could ...
... against it. I also met up with marylou as we were going to go and check out if there were some penguin tours still available but it turned out there was only one spot left so she decided to give it to me. I was hungover by this point so i gave it back to her. This ended in neither of us going which we were both happy about because we wanted to go and lie down again.
As there was a big crew of us staying at the same hostel ...
... ended up calling quite soon as we encountered the closest thing Tierra del Fuego has probably known to a traffic jam. Confused about the hold up, we got out of the car to check it out. The Carabineros (police) blocking the road informed us of a freaking drag race between Argentina and Chilean drivers. I didn't know then, but Tierra del Fuego was actually the perfect place to drag race, miles of empty gravel road, with nothing but llamas to get in your way. ...