Hosteria Chalp

Avenida Alem 1839, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, 9410, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

Tierra del Fuego

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Apr 13, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... warm the air. After a hearty back-of-the-van cooked breakfast of cheesy egg omelets and toast for some, and for others, coconut, raisin and peanut oatmeal, along with several cups of coffee, we were now officially out of any prohibited food items as we crossed the border, yet again, from Chilean Tierra Del Fuego to the Argentinian side of the Island.

We made this crossing, our third with the van, at San Sebastián, where no one seemed to care one bit about what we ...

Beavers, foxes and hitch hiking in a sewage truck

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Mar 06, 2014

70 photos

... decided on the 8km hike along the coastline which ended at Lapataia bay from which there is a choice of 6 more shorter hikes.The guidebook outlined all of the animals that we were likely to see so i constantly had my eyes open for fuegan red foxes, beavers, sea otters and rabbits. The walk started through an amazing forest, with the vivid red, orange, yellow and green hues of the autumn trees. The walk was marked as moderate but there was only 1 uphill on the whole trek ...

Ashore again

A travel blog entry by liz_turner on Feb 23, 2014

Sunday a day of rest - for voyage crew! So morning running around doing a mini happy hour. Doing medicals - clearing up after vomit. After lunch we dropped anchor in Cuverville. Time to go ashore again. This time I went in the last boat, ashore. It is still amazing being in Antarctica. Gentoo Penguins everywhere, babies bigger than their parents, some with two chicks running around wanting their parents to regurgitate ...

Cresting the Horn

A travel blog entry by boothbj on Feb 22, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... and bleak. You can really understand why people feared coming through there. It is the last outpost. Today it was relatively calm, the wind was blowing about 10 knots. It is virtually impossible to go ashore on the Horn. Mariners took the Beagle Channel and the Straits of Magellan, however, with 60 knot winds blowing yesterday one can understand the challenge.

  • It is truly humbling to ...

  • Back to Ushuaia

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on Feb 09, 2014

    ... Fifteen kilos (33 lbs) limit for one checked bag each and 16.5 lbs limit for one carry-on bag is not much. Oh well, we shall see what happens.

    We had another rough night at sea. It didn’t calm down until we almost reached Ushusia, about 10:00 AM. We were able to go into town and shop a little bit. We don’t normally buy souvenirs, but when we have gotten to the bottom of the planet we both got ...