La Posada del Fin del Mundo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Posada del Fin del Mundo Ushuaia
Breakfast was wonderful, better than most places we stayed in South America. Location was perfect for us, not in a busy area but only a 10-minute walk to the city center. Room was large with plenty of closet place. Room with toilet was added onto the building, so it got cold during the night. Price was appriopriate for the area. We would stay here again.
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Yesterday we arrived to Ushuaia, the southern city in the world aka The end of the world.
Because the weather was bad, we decide to go in the morning to the Presidio and to the Nautic museum.
In the afternoon we took a catamaran and navigate through Beagle Channel, passing by ilha del Passaros, el Farol del fin del mundo and Pinguineira, …
... we walked the length of the waterfront, found the town’s cemetery, went back to same café for afternoon coffee and with Wi-Fi, Simmy plugged away on her iPad.
5pm came and we proceeded thr passport and x-ray control onto the wharf and onto the boat. We beat the crowd and were personally taken to our cabin by head expedition leader Mauricio.
Cabin was impressive, like a hotel room, with large window, furniture and generous ensuite and cupboards. We were on deck 2, ...
Up early, as Victoria the cook's ass was sick and my job description does not say an tying about making toast etc, but it does say if there is no cook's ass to help in he he galley. Then time for climbs, final training, immersion suits for all, then off down the Beagle channel again with our very expensive pilot -$6000US! For me still running around ...
... some sandwiches for our long bus trip to Punta Arenas in Chile tomorrow where we are going to cross the Magellan Straights in the hope of seeing some King Penguins, one of the worlds rarer and more difficult to reach breeds!
So after a bit of hardship, exciting times lay ahead once more! Thanks to Ailín for nursing me through the last few weeks and dragging me through the length of Argentina! A big weight to drag around, though not as heavy as it once was!
Per dinar, triem un restaurant que fan Cordero Asado en cruz. Tal qual els tenen, els pobres xais, crucificats. És boníssim. Mira quines coses, que no ens fa fàstic tot i que està sencer i se li veu la costellada. En canvi, ens va fer tan fàstic veure un cuy (conillet d’índies) al Perú. És amb el què t’acostumes!
Llegim que els habitats originaris de Tierra del Fuego es diuen ...