El Viejo Lobo De Mar

Gobernador Godoy 98, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, 9410, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

Tierra del Fuego

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Apr 13, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... an information center, but as this office was closing, we were directed to another one around the corner. We needed a map and directions to a supermarket, the cellular store, Moviestar, to finally set up Jonathan's Argentinian phone, and to Tierra Del Fuego National Park where we planned to spend the next few nights. We were informed that all places of business would be closed the next day due to an organized national strike, a country-wide calling for help to stop the ...

Magic Patagonia

A travel blog entry by vicamartin on Mar 25, 2014

51 photos

... 100 km hike patagonian flat (more than less) ;) - Speedy Gonzales Sandra (our local tour guid in Torres del Paine) - 8 Bottles Malbec, 2 Carménère - 10 Kg Lomo, Steak, King Crab ..... - 20 Empanadas - a dog on border control who smells the sandwich from the day before - 1 Chimichurri bomb! (sorry again Duy) - an ice storm on Pinguin walk - Nr. 2 in the free nature (2 times) Now, let the pictures ...

Beavers, foxes and hitch hiking in a sewage truck

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Mar 06, 2014

70 photos

... for beavers in Argentina... On the hike i heard something rustling in the bushes and I stopped to see a rabbit hiding under some scrub. I tried to snap a picture but he ran off pretty quickly. Just a little further along the trail we could see the very obvious paths where beavers have been before. The trail of destruction they leave is mind blowing. The tree trunk of hundreds of trees have been cut very meticulously and moved (in some cases) about 100 metres to their dam. ...

Goodbye Patagonia

A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes on Jan 20, 2014

48 photos

... it would be best to get lower, as quickly as possible while being careful on the slick mud and snow. When we got to the bottom, we almost decided to bail on the rest of the hike and go home, except accommodation in Ushuaia is difficult to find, and we had already paid for the sleeping bag rental. Luckily, we quickly ran into a newlywed couple from Boulder, CO, looking for the same path as us. We had different sets of directions, so we teamed up and found it. Fortunately, ...

Patagonia

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jan 16, 2014

3 comments, 70 photos

... descent a little easier, and as I had nothing left to break I was in the clear. The path was a minefield of trees and branches that were holding snow. One touch and you were covered in it.















Arriving back at camp I collected Rach, we had brekky and packed up our tent. The Israelis never stirred the entire time even though we were trying to be as loud ...