Fueguino Hotel Patagonico
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 ...
Ils nous avaient dit que ça ne vallait pas la peine en juillet puisqu'il faisait tres froid a Ushuaia! Nous avons décidé de continuer et qui sera sera, que du bonheur!!
Le premier jour il a neigé fou, on a fait du dog sledding: très cool.
Le deuxième jour il a fait super beau et on a fait le Beagle Channel + le parc Tierra de Fuego ou on a vu trois grand albatros alors que les indiens disent que si vous avez la chance de voire un dans votre vie, quelque chose ...
... until an hour and a half into our walk, when we reached a clearing that we realized how cold the air actually was. From that highest point, we could see the mountains and waterways surrounding us; with this view, it was the perfectly logical place to stop for lunch, but way too cold, so we headed back down into the trees for a lunch break. Though we were protected from the wind, the valley, by that point, had become socked in and the air real cold, too cold for any of us ...
... spotted it. A quick change of plans as we have arrived early we are heading towards one of the nicest channels to enter our first landing in Half Moon Bay. I spotted my first ever whale with it's huge tail as it dived under the water, but I missed the photo. Oh well, next time. Everyone is very excited and you can feel the anticipation for our first zodiac ...
... reigns for me, a ships waist belt for Steve so he could clip me on and have hand free smoking and keep me in check, ear defenders (Steve already had high frequency hearing loss so misses the most of my high pitched squeaks) and 2 emergency fruit tea bags to calm me down (not drinking milk I don't drink tea after breakfast now) - Steve refused to take any of it with him! Then off we set to got to the glacier. A taxi ride away, then ...