Aires del beagle apart hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the gorgeous Pennsylvania Fall of 2013, this helped to fill in that emotional gap. As we drove, periodically stopping to step out of the van, whether for a photo op, or a pee, we were surprised at the mild temperature outside. We had been anticipating a land covered with snow and ice and freezing cold air, planning to get out just as fast as we got in, need be. But, fortunately, we decided we could stay a while.
We pulled into the town of Ushuaia, parked along the ...
... front.Having already walked 8km we were tired so i flagged down the next car and we got a lift to where the next few trails intersect. The car took us to a carpark which is the official end point (or start) for the trans American highway-the longest motorable road in the world, running from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. This was the spot where we started our next hike-las castoreras to go and see if we could find some beavers. Ironic that after 3 months in Canada, i'm ...
Woke up at 11:30pm, 00:30am, 01:30am, 02:30am and 04:30am with D&V. Not the best experience, I don't remember vomiting in my adult life except due to the odd over indulgence. PD heads are better than the little heads. All talk of making sure you drink etc - no, I just went back to bed (after changing clothes) lay flat until I was woken again by my stomach telling me it wanted to be sick again, then working of the best way to get into my ...
- Ushuaia - We arrived in Ushuaia at 12:00pm. Sailing down the Beagle Channel and past the airport in Ushuaia, we were concerned that the rain wouldn't clear and any trip into town would be wet. What do you know, by 12:00 the sun came out and the mad dash to exit the boat (no tender this time) began. Coach tour passengers go first, followed by passengers who want to wander. You have to be patient, the exit is ...
... because as I may have mentioned, Patagonia is beautiful, and we're on Tierra Del Fuego for Pete's sake, where Bear Grylls couldn't survive, we have to!
We did a four day trek called the Paso de la Oveja, or Sheep's Pass in English. We began with a very muddy climb to Laguna Encantada, where we set up camp in the freezing rain and stayed in our tent until morning, when it started to snow. Hard. We had never been in that situation before, what do we do, wait it out? ...