Hosteria Y Restaurante America
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... and by snow from that level to their peaks. No fewer than ten horses were wandering around our site, only interested in the river and each other. Noa decided to take full advantage of our proximity to the river by convincing Eli to assist her in filling up pots of water mixed with laundry soap to scrub clean what had become our filthy camper van, carrying with it, everywhere we went, layers of mud and dust, an inch thick in parts.
By the time the van sparkled ...
... to get dinner after putting our things down, and explored the small town a bit. Maybe it was just the contrast to the heat of Santiago, but the crisp, cold, and dark streets of Ushuaia, broken occasionally by a bright window with red-nosed tourists wining and dining put us in mind of a Christmas town.
The next day, we woke up early to plan out the next few days and make some errands. We had a similar but not as prolonged experience with buying ...
... got Lesley to check my harness, and she instantly condemned it. Apparently the stitching had started to fray, it had only been checked a couple of weeks ago and they get checked monthly! So some sharp scissors later and I had no harness and apparently it would take me too long to get a new one fitted up. So slightly cross and disappointed. I did have lots else to do, so back to my job. Medicals, cleaning, restocking, ...
... onto the chairlift and began the ascent. The chair lift is 1000 metres long and ascends about 300 metres. The Martial Glacier formed around 10000 years ago and is at an altitude of 1319 metres ASL. I have to admit by the time we got up there were pretty cold and feeling a little achy....mountain climbing isn't easy. We spent about 10 minutes at the top of the Glacier, took some photos, claimed our victory and turned ...
... along the beach to take our photos. We walk around and up the hiking path a bit and then return to the beach. We get back on the coach and head for our next stop, the visitor’s center. While we drive through forests of southern beech trees and evergreens, Susanna tells us about the native and introduced animals. Twenty different species of mammals and ninety species of birds are native to Ushuaia. Some native animals include the ...