Hosteria Les Eclaireurs
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This was our last full day on board. The day was filled with briefings and presentations before we dressed up for our final evening. Fortunately the weather had settled after yesterday Everyone made an effort to dress up for drinks with the Captain. Our ...
... of Ushuaia, one fact being that it was started as a town around a prison and now has some electronic assembly for an industry. We made a nice drive up to a restaurant which was rather rustic, heated with a large circular fireplace. We had a nice salad bar and they served roasted lamb and potatoes in sizzling pans set on the table family style. We headed back to the bus and next stop was "downtown" ...
... so far out to see these penguin colonies - especially this one that was way off the tourist circuit.
Back on the road and through the border again - this time much quicker with a stop for each country and a few kilometers of no-man's land in between. Through the trout capital - Rio Grande - also another military town here in the south. Then into the eco-tunnel and into the town of Tolhuin along the shores of ...
... in summer do not actually promise warmth, so we bundle and walk to Tante Sara on the main street for lunch. We explore the superlatively southern town that is almost beautiful, and walk to a museum that is closed for the holiday. We play on the remains of some old railroad and walk past ubiquitous wild perros to the hotel. We play it too lose for dinner, it turns out, and all our researched options have multi-hour waits. The ...
... days, so some of us took the
opportunity to book in to a hostel for the time we are here. Me, Maddie, Donna
and Grubby all had a four person room with bunkbeds, communal kitchen and
toilets, but compared to the Guanaca field of death last night it feels like
the Ritz! Found an all you can eat Parilla (barbeque house) just down the road,
so stuffed ...