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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... of gore-tex clad tourists each year who come for the nearby Los Glaciars National park. Home to several glaciers with Perito Moreno being the jewel in the crown. I spent hours gazing at this oversized ice cube wedged between two majestic slopes. The glacier is enormous and one of the fastest moving in the world. Thankfully the early morning fog cleared unveiling a glistening mass of ice under the clear, blue sky. Three hours from El Calafate is the small, one horse town of ...
... the eternal flame and look at all that wasted life,they were Argentine lives but they were all human beings.
The Beagle Channel:
The whole of the Ushuaia region going South into the sea is a broken biscuit archipelago of rocky islets and treacherous channels.The sea and the weather were calm on the day but the Antarctic wind was painfully cold on the deck of our catamaran.As we pulled out of port the town was revealed,its houses like hundreds of ...
... their journey. My cabin mate Andy and I had similar plans, our next goal was to Puerto Natales in Chile, the hub for getting to possibly South America's most well known national park Torres del Paine (not Pain but pronounced "Pine-ay"). We made plans to head off into Chile, and spent a few days in Ushuaia, one day visiting Tierra del Fuego National park, doing a short pleasant hike along the coast with two other Brits that were on our boat and backpacking through ...
... jail life, Antarctic expeditions and cool exhibition on penguins. Another expensive restaurant for dinner but at least got a curry which haven't eaten for a while. Flew back to Buenos Aires following day, delayed flight which was really annoying as meant a very quick turnaround at the hotel and missed most of the tango dance class. Did get a quick go on the dancefloor with Ernesto and then went in for dinner. Very fancy theatre for Piazzolla Tango Show. ...
... as lots of random people came up to me and gave me hugs. Maybe there was steam coming out of my ears. Jon (mate) even ironed my shirt! 12:00 lunch, more running around, getting dressed, made myself look presentable, my trousers don't fit anymore! 12:50 started signing on the people currently on board. I had Louise the voyage doctor helping me sign on again. Then the stores arrived, not the best combination of people arriving and a months ...
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