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Welcome back vicarious adventure travelers.
So yesterday's blog was prolific, entertaining, profound and emotional...
but it salt got lost and now I get to rewrite and I'm sure it will not have
the same impact. .. but that might also be the after lunch the Guinness coma
dragging on my creativity.
So what did we miss. .. embarkation day. The day stayed like any other,
strangers in the room next to ...
... the issue to the United Nations,she also made a law making the Malvina's part of the Argentine Constitution,with Ushuaia as its capital in the province.All schools teach the Malvina's war in history class and all tourist guides or anyone in fact who talks to a foreigner has to say that the Malvina's are part of Argentina,I witnessed this in action twice and on the boat out to the Beagle channel where the guide knew I was British and she looked directly at me when she mentioned ...
... wings were an art gallery and visitor shop, with artsy statues of emperor penguins. This day was a bit grim, and rain turned into snow, just as well we were leaving the next day. Ushuaia is a bit of a tourist trap, there's plenty to see and do, if your prepared to pay top dollar for excursions. Excursions in the Beagle Channel wildlife spotting, or a multi day trip to Cape Horn and the fjords of Tierra del Fuego.
The next morning me and Andy were taking a ...
... was stunning. There were freezing lakes, snow on both sides, autumn trees changing colour which opened up the view of town and the port. After 20 minutes we decided to walk back down, but not before i got to make a nice scenic snow angel. The hike down the moutain was much quicker than the hike up, but we broke it up by having lunch in a little cafe. It was expensive, but we packed boiled egg sandwiches from breakfast this morning. We got back to the hostel in the afternoon, picked ...
... eventually exchanged $US 1,500 for almost 60% more pesos than the official rate. Of course, the official rate jumped almost 30% in one day a couple weeks later, somewhat cutting into our sleazy profits, but not entirely. Not entirely.
Then a brief evening in Ushuaia, let's just call it a city that sits really, really far south, much farther than almost every other city in the world, but not quite the furthest, staying in this posh hotel ...