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... further, we found a basic site to park and set up for the night. We saw nothing around us until the half-moon rose, lighting up the area a bit, enough to see one fox pass through our camp looking for a bite to eat. We then heard the sound of "neighing" and looked up to see three horses trotting by. Other than those local visitors, and one vehicle that showed up, but just as quickly turned around and left, it was just the five of us, as usual, setting up the beds, ...
Our 12 hour bus ride to Ushuaia was extremely smooth, pleasant, and beautiful. We got to our hostel around 8:30pm, settled into our (blessedly hot) room. The hostel was bustling and full of young people making dinner, drinking wine, and sharing travel stories. Although that description sounds inviting, I find myself valueing my private space more and more, and so was less than thrilled at the atmosphere. I ended up liking it the longer we stayed though. We ...
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 ...
... onto the chairlift and began the ascent. The chair lift is 1000 metres long and ascends about 300 metres. The Martial Glacier formed around 10000 years ago and is at an altitude of 1319 metres ASL. I have to admit by the time we got up there were pretty cold and feeling a little achy....mountain climbing isn't easy. We spent about 10 minutes at the top of the Glacier, took some photos, claimed our victory and turned ...
... led us to another 5 hours of walking down the valley toward the sea. The Beagle channel, actually, named after the ship that carried Darwin through these icy waters to eventually discover the Galapagos islands. We truly are at the end of the world, and we felt it as we congratulated each other on a job well done throwing ourselves at the mercy of Tierra Del Fuego's harsh conditions and making it out. And with new friends, too.
Our final hurrah was a few ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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