Hosteria Municipal Isla Pavon

Ruta nacional n0 3, km. 2406, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ruta nacional n0 3, km. 2406, Province of Santa Cruz, is near Lago Argentina, Upsala Glacier, Cerro Fitz Roy, and Estancia Cristina.
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Travel Blogs from Province of Santa Cruz

Fish, Penguins, Oil and a Hell of a lot of Wind

A travel blog entry by kumar.jensen on Mar 26, 2013

9 photos

... just beginning to make sense. We would sit and joke upstairs while looking out the large square glass windows at the world around us. Today I was alone, glad to have some quite time to myself. I spent the rest of the day walking around and then heading home passing by one of the concrete walled futbol courts I used to play on. It was still littered with broken glass and smelled mildly of urine.

One night I went out to go bowling and ended up playing for a few hours with ...


A travel blog entry by andyandott on Nov 25, 2012

... loosing them is much more likely. So far Andy has left the bag with the camera in twice and I have lost a bag and a purse. Got the bus heading to Rio Gallegos at 1.30pm. We were fed until I felt I would burst! But we were told there was no lunch so we had had some beforehand. We then got a cold and hot lunch! Just call me 3 dinner Otterlie! The night part of the journey was terrible! The drivers decided to have a rave at the front. We were by the ...

The Mad Dash

A travel blog entry by bmlequer on Jul 03, 2012

So holy **** there we were, Laura and I, stuck in El Calafate for way longer than we intended, our patience and faith in the road maintenance during the winter running low. On the day we thought we could mission it to Rio Turbio, a small border town 20 clicks outside of Puerto Natales, we were shut down yet again. No freakin, frackin buses. Ok. After some long debate debate as to which direction to go to get outta town, whether north ...

Aurora Australis and Drug Search

A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Jun 24, 2012

1 comment, 18 photos

No snow today. We should be able to cross the Paso Garibaldi to make our way from Ushuaia back to the mainland continent (Río Gallegos, Patagonia). We leave at 8.30am, in the dark of night. As we drive up on the windy roads through the mountain range that stands tall between Ushuaia and the rest of Tierra de Fuego, the sun rises in slow motion - as it does in winter in such close proximity to ...

Calafate to Rio Gallegos

A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Jun 20, 2012

4 photos

Despite what everyone says about how terrible the weather is in Tierra de Fuego in winter, we decided to push forward and attempt to reach Ushuaia. Today is the first and easy step between El Calafate and Río Gallegos, the latest town before the border crossing into Chile. For those like me who didn't know it, Tierra de Fuego is split between Argentina and Chile so you need to cross ...

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