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... temperatures, wind (while riding on Saturday), cloud, and last night some rain just to cool things off more. Just as well we have wool leggings, wool neck scarves, gloves and rain jackets and the hostel is continuously heated with gas! You only have to look out the window to the peaks around Ushuaia to see the snow. Ski gear would be a good idea and forget the sun tan, although some of the locals think it is hot and walk around in t shirts!
... that geniuses die at 33. The author was 34 at the time, as I will soon be. Something tells me that I will not die at 33... Tomorrow I set off on the tierra del fuego leg. The forecast is pretty poor for a few days. I hope to get a hotel tomorrow 100k from here. It is all paved and apparently fairly flat to there. The wind may even be behind me. After that, I have a couple of hundred miles of wilderness with no services or asphalt, so I will be camping and carrying all ...
... It is amazing that it just docked this morning so they have turned the cabins, food, drink and all other supplies (for 199 passengers plus crew) around in just 8 hours. It is a lovely ship, decorated in grey tones. All are very friendly. We arrived to find our cases, pre-ordered rented boots and heavy jackets all waiting in our cabin.
We had the compulsory life jacket drill, a favourite ...
... from the hall. The first part of the expedition was a series of model boats made by a Ukrainian who had settled here. Unusually there were models of in tact boats as well as portrayals of shipwrecks.
There were also some old maps which illustrated the increasing skills of cartographers to map the region. It was amazing to see how even the early maps resembled bits of Tierra del Fuego.
Next into a prison wing, there were stories about the most famous prisoners, ...
... it took another 30 minutes to get out of town. As it turned out, the trip itself was a lot shorter than expected, instead of the 3 hours we were told it was going to take, we arrived at the airport after only 2 hours.
We were a bit worried about the weight of our luggage. Argentinian Airlines domestic flights only allow 15kg in the hold and 5kg of hand luggage. We've been traveling pretty light the whole time, but both of David's bags were a bit ...