Fueguino Hotel Patagonico
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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... massive. Then I bought sandwich but got back to hostel and realised parts of bread were mouldy - gross! Had to change more money too. Tried to FaceTime kids but out briefly spoke to Clare as she called by accident. Walked to boat paid then got on. Surrounded by snogging couples - gross and I think I was the only person on there listening to English commentary as everyone else seemed to talk really loudly when the Spanish finished and English ...
... at the top of the pass and got out for some photos in the freezing wind and saw several motor bikes taking a steep dirt track over the pass, we later realised there was a motorbike race taking place as we had to stop several times for them to cross the road.
We arrived in Ushuaia to an overcast day and started the search for a last minute Antarctic cruise and a camping ground near town. After several attempts we found a helpful company that did their best ...
... checks. Our decks are glistening with snow and we have braved the outside world a few times to photo the birds that follow the boat. The Albatrosses are just spectacular as they soar over the waves never needing to flap their wings and never accidentally dipping them in the lumpy sea.
Our little dinner table group went up to the bar for a night cap and to our delight Pablo on guitar and Martin on keyboard played a few songs after Randy had finished which was ...
... to go and I could see plenty of rivers on the map. I didn't see Matt and Nadine for the rest of the ride, flying along in a world of my own with a strong tailwind I soon arrived at the last river on the route before our camp spot. It turned out to be a muddy puddle. I picked up some brown water anyway knowing I could filter it and hoped Nadine and Matt had found something better! The camp spot I had read about on a blog turned out to be a cosy shelter at a cross road, ...
Finally I have sorted out the blog!!!! To overcome my initial fumblings I have put the first few days on the one page. From now on I can do a daily note although will not be able to send it regularly as we won't have email service at sea. Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, is much bigger than I was expecting. It is home to 80,000 people so has all ...