Fueguino Hotel Patagonico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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So we left at 8:30 this morning on the bus to Ushuaia. After two hours we get out of and go on a ferry over to Tierra Del Fuego across the Straights of Magellan they named theIslands of Fire because the first Spanish explorers saw the fires of the native inhabitants along the shore Crossing we saw black and white dolphins running with the boat. They are called Commersom's dolphins ...
... deck early looking for whales as we sailed along the Antarctic Peninsular. The sun was shining and although it was only 2 degrees it was pleasant sitting in the sun. The Polar Plunge took place at 12 noon when the brave souls jumped into an outside pool only to exit very quickly suffering from hypothermia. We were not amongst the brave. Whales were present but our best sighting was about 4:30 when we saw 3 together and not too far away. Not long later we saw our first iceberg for this ...
... it took another 30 minutes to get out of town. As it turned out, the trip itself was a lot shorter than expected, instead of the 3 hours we were told it was going to take, we arrived at the airport after only 2 hours.
We were a bit worried about the weight of our luggage. Argentinian Airlines domestic flights only allow 15kg in the hold and 5kg of hand luggage. We've been traveling pretty light the whole time, but both of David's bags were a bit ...
We found an Internet café on one of the side streets so it allowed me to update my blog with some reasonable speed to the wi-fi, albeit it took 25 minutes for me to upload just five (5) pictures. Guess I’ll have to wait until Buenos Aires or Rio for some real speed – hopefully. We’re out of here about 7:30 tonight and go around the HORN tomorrow. We’re kinda hoping that ...
... mountain for myself. Time to think and nothing but the wind to distract me from what could possibly be the most jaw dropping scenery of my trip so far. A big call, I know but Patagonia at this time of year is rugged, wild, beautiful. The few trees dotted about the pampas are at a forty five degree angle from the constant gales, their branches stripped bare. The grass is yellow, almost dead waiting to be buried by the inevitable arrival of winter snow. It's unspoiled, pure, ...