Hosteria Chalp

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

White Summer at the World's End

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jan 25, 2015

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I've now crossed the entire 4000+ kilometers (2500 miles) of Chile by bus, awed by the beauty and diversity of this land in its many shapes and colors as I roamed deeper into austral latitudes towards the literal end of the road. Since leaving Cusco just before Christmas I've covered 4500 miles. However, I'm actually writing this from El Bolson, Argentina, just south of Bariloche, which brings my total ground travel to ...

Return to Ushuaia

A travel blog entry by string53 on Jan 24, 2015

... around Cape Horn, against the circumpolar current direction, through huge storms, with sailors hanging from the masts and sails high above a deck which is awash with tons of water, the ship heaved over to the side, its a historic documentary footage, and when its finished, we look out and see land! Yes, across the Drake and back to Beagle Channel entry! More whale sightings in the Beagle. Returned to Ushuaia now and still have my sea ...

Back to Ushuaia to meet Ryan

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Dec 09, 2014

1 photo

... and a Hard Rock Cafe patch from my dad. So that was excellent!


We went out for drinks at a bar called Tante Sara and caught up on what’s been happening for the last few months. We went to a different bar for dinner, a place called Cafe Ideal where we had a couple of steaks. They were pretty good, but they were so small that we were both really hungry after them, so ...

The end doesn't mean it's over

A travel blog entry by wnrdog on Nov 27, 2014

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... late 1800's and early 1900's. They literally built the town, some while wearing shackles. The location was perfect because there was no escaping a place that is encircled with frozen mountains and the icy sea. Poor devils didn't enjoy much of a life, which, of course, was the point. Although our flight was an hour late, we made it safely to Buenos Aires for the next chapter of our ...

We live in a beautiful world...

A travel blog entry by tourtravel on Nov 25, 2014

10 photos

... WOW.

Just. Go.

Advice I should have heeded for the W trek, where instead of 5 days of howling, tent tearing gales (as was regularly reported by other travelers), I had 4 days of great weather, with really strong, stop-you-walking winds limited to the last day. I certainly felt a bit silly not camping; forking out for overpriced refugios is almost as embarassing as cooking next to the French... but hindsight ...