Hosteria Y Restaurante America
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... 1000 years old...and Casey stood on it. Good going Case!
Unfortunately, our time in Ushuaia was then cut short - I had been planning on going snowboarding at the nearby Cerro Castor mountain (which, while it apparently does not have great conditions at the moment, would have given me bragging rights!), however we were told by the bus company that the bus the following day would be the last for a number of days, as Chile has ...
... surfaced but it proved to be false.
The original inhabitants of the area who had lived here for thousands of years were the Yamana,an indigenous tribe who's dress, practically naked,astounded the settlers.To keep warm they smeared their bodies with sea lion fat in thick layers and it is said that their core body temperatures had adapted to be two degrees hotter than ours.They lived a primitive hunter gatherer existence and fished from boats hollowed out from ...
... from Melbourne (honeymooners, who love good food), Mark Linda from near Toronto (hiker pro's who never get enough), Laura Rieke (Hamburg chicas), Shereen from Toronto (our personal professional photographer), Kasia from Toronto (Miss Wikipedia, still sad we didn't eat the Crab in Ushuaia), Alex from Brisbane (Mr. Hiphop and funny Aussie guy), Duy from Southampton (Mr. Bruce Lee and Empanadas) - Argentina ...
All of the crew were leaving today, but as Lauren was the last to fly out, we went and got a coffee and hung out for a few hours. We went for one last walk along the pier and she said bye to a place that had been her intermittent home for the last few months.
I wanted to make the most of my last few days so i went and looked for a penguin tour to go and see ...
... feeling better so we went to the Tierra del Fuego national park with some people from our group. There are a series of small hikes you can do here. One is the beaver trail. Though we love beavers, we found it funny how excited the Aussies and Londoners were to see the little guys, having never have seen one. As we warned them beforehand they are nocturnal and definitely don't like people, we didn't spot any beavers along the walk, only the dams. We ...