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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 ...
... recognised I was logging on from a new place and wanted me to verify I was me but it still would not let me in until last night - and I probably not in the best frame of mind. Rather tired in the evening, so I wanted a early night, if there are voyage crew doing the harbour watch they take over at 22:00, so you have to wait until then, but now it is just PC and maintainers so we lock the ship down. I locked up early and got into bed by 20:00. Then Jon came in to see me ...
... 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!
... us more than 3 hours climbing over fallen forest before we reach the shores of Lago Fagnano, only to find out that our boat is not waiting for us and Marcelo´s radio does not work. A tense 20 minutes ensue while he tries to make contact with the boat, and finally at 4:30pm we are rescued by our refugio.
We alight at the refugio overcome with relief. It is as though we have stepped out of hell into paradise. Having been told to expect ...
... makes me sad, but meant that we got really close to them. The view actually reminded me a lot of hiking outside Seattle, only in Seattle there are more evergreens and here there seemed to be more deciduous trees.
In Ushuaia is where I started really meeting people and making friends. I met people in the hostel, atop the glacier, on the cruise, at dinner. Many of them are from Buenos Aires on their summer vacation, and others are travelers from all over the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting