Cabanas Tierra Mistica

Gobernador Deloqui 429, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, 9410, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

Centolla, neve e Huskies

A travel blog entry by andre_c10002

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Pessoal, finalmente comi a centolla ontem a noite. Uma das senhores que cuidam do hotel tambem cozinha e preparou uma pro meu jantar. Interessante que foi feita em algo que lembra um salpicao, a carne vemelhinhas eh muito saborosa e dessa forma eh uma comida leve e fresca, gostei... Agora falta o "cordero fueguino" naquela "fogueira" tao …

Buenos Aires Continued

A travel blog entry by wickedtravel

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... should have worked on my Spanish. Hmm... Let's see what else is there ... I haven't tried much of the food because for the most part I don't know what I am eating. And when I have been curious and tried something I have not liked it ... I'm finding the food way too salty, hopefully I can find something I like in Ushuaia. I know I've got to get some pictures on here. When I get onto the aircraft I will transfer over a few from my camera to my ...

Sailing the Drake Passage

A travel blog entry by jeanettekelly

A day on board the ship sailing the notorious Drake Passage. The day was filled with presentations and some spare time. The Drake lived up to expectations with a Force 8 gale by late evening and a 7 meter swell. Moving around the ship was challenging, ...

Departing Ushuaia

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc

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... in Cabin 324, which is normally a cabin used by the expedition staff. I’d later learn that a group of 18 Japanese were aboard Ioffe for this voyage. They had been booked to Antarctica on another broken-down vessel, the M/V Ushuaia, operated by Antarpply Expeditions. My expedition was only booked to 76 out of 96 passengers but added 23 guests in the last couple days! So we’d be departing with 99 passengers, three more ...

Patagonia

A travel blog entry by marty_rach

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... point we could also see the Perito Moreno Glacier.
















The quad biking was quite tame as we had this stupid woman in front of us who didn’t know what the accelerator looked like. The 4 bikes behind plodded along at her pace the entire time which was terribly frustrating. We made pretty regular stops where our knowledgeable guide explained ...

       

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