Alto Andino Hotel
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... without hope as I did meet some people later on who could speak English,I can sniff the buggers out now, one was a German out on a hunting trip to Uruguay and two thirty something Russian brothers who were on a one month tour of Brazil and Argentina,but I met these folks later.
There was an awful lot packed into the days itinerary,far too much in fact and we were driven like cattle from one place to the next at a furious pace and until people start complaining about ...
... got changed, listened to Chris and then did the 6-30pm Quiz. That one was a three way tie but this time we weren’t closest on the number we had to guess. We are having fun though!! Tonight Kenn had organised an Adelaide dinner. The six of us Adelaidians, Kenn, Neil, Elizabeth and David and us had a lovely time discussing Adelaide and wondering if the election results were finalised. A pleasant couple of days and we are noe Cape Horners having conquered that extremity of the ...
... Irish pub). It turns out it was closed, so we went to the small casino to see if they had it on. They tried for us, but no deal. So we went to the other casino (yes there are two, may even be three).
We watched the second half of the Manchester utd vs Manchester city game (city beat utd 3-0) Just as we were about to leave the Arsenal vs Swansea game came on ...
... lots of tables and a couple of homemade wood stoves (made of old cast iron oil drums) keeping the place warm (the father and son were constantly throwing wood in to make sure the fire kept roaring). The next day I woke up with the stomach bug that had been going around the group the past few days. Because the tent was so cold I decided to sit by the wood stove inside the family's building while everyone explored the town. I thought that the owners ...
Finally had a chance to sleep-in. Or sleep-in as much as one can at these latitudes where it is only dark about 5 hours in the summer. We had some great coffee then headed into town to San Martin Street to do our tourist shopping, as we were both waiting to buy our gifts and such to bring home from Ushuaia. Little did we know that this was also a tax-free area before we did that, but it helped out quite a bit.
We had lunch at a local ...