Aires del beagle apart hotel
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... camp spots in rodeo grounds, bus shelters and bakeries, the King Penguins on Tierra del Fuego, and managing to find our pump adapter in the middle of four kilometres of ripio. Patagonia, and in particular the Carretera Austral, served up many a highlight on the bike to rank alongside the Salar de Uyuni as the best we've ever had. And at the end of all this we got to Ushuaia, a town surrounded by snow capped peaks and sea (which would have appeared amazing if we hadn't just ...
Reinvigorated we donned paddling gear which reminded us of the time we went caving in New Zealand! Wayne even ended up with white gum boots (Wellington Boots for those of you not familiar with the kiwi name), as you can see elegance was the name of the game. Subtly I got Wayne appointed as a Captain and we shared our inflatable with Pam and Dan from Oregon. Oh yes, you called this one, we were in the water and off with the ...
... room that we had booked! Hence many photos from our balcony as we looked out over the harbor and town. We wandered downtown and found a cute place for lunch that had very cool decor.
In the afternoon a young guy call Coca took us on a city tour like none other. A tour that celebrated the people and their lives not the buildings, but in the end it was all about the buildings. After viewing the city from the area where the first missionaries set up shop and checking out ...
... of us quite a while to get off. The chap on the gangway missed the rope so we had to turn round and come in again. It was very hairy but luckily there were no accidents. There is a strict procedure for getting in and out of the zodiacs which must be followed. After lunch we navigated south to the Dryglanski Fjiord which was named after Professor Erich van Dryglanski's expedition in 1901-03. The Fjiord is 140 km long. It was lined with snow covered mountain peaks which rise to ...
... stores became “pharmacies”, which reminds me of how the War Department changed its name in 1948 to the Defense Department, or how torture became "rendition" in the 21st century...And just like up north, the droves of customers in the innumerable pharmacies here are of all ages, many of them sporting the latest diseases impoverishing mankind's health (while enriching Big Pharma's bottom line)...
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