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TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria Mustapic Ushuaia
Warm hotel friendly and helpful staff - confused with me travelling solo so I had to move rooms which took a while to sort out but otherwise a good experience; the hotel owner even took us to the airport as there was a demonstration which meant the taxi was taking a while to get to our side of the town - very kind of him!
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After a couple of days back in BA catching up with the girls from my volunteer work and enjoying sleep without giant spiders, frogs and snakes, I decided to fly to Patagonia to the southern most point of South America; Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego (or the land of fire!). Ushuaia is the southern most city in the world and the gateway to Antartica; it …
... open restaurant was in town (it was Sunday). A humungous burger, with everything on it and a couple of submarinos (hot milk with a chocolate bar in) and we were off for another 105km of cycling. The wind stayed strong and behind us for most of the way. We smashed my ironman bike leg time yet again, this time by over an hour! 205km later we arrived in the next town, Tolhuin at about 8 o'clock. With most of Tierra Del Fuego covered in just a few days we now had only 100kms left ...
... going to be docking anytime soon. I headed to the fitness center. While there, I thought we were getting closer to docking. That was wishful thinking. Finally, as we were enjoying a superb steak dinner, the ship docked. It was almost 2000 hours, 12 hours after expected to dock. The unexpected delay meant that we would be arriving in the Falkland Islands a day later than planned in the previously revised schedule. It also meant that Puerto ...
... part was when the gap the horse took between the trees was not wide enough for me and my knee. A collision with the tree trunk at speed and a few choice words resulted in a large cut and now as I write this a particularly fetching yellow hue to the knee! We dined in style with a view of the harbour and steak and Malbec hit the spot. Strange to think we will be returning to Buenos Aires and going our separate ways thereafter after three weeks of fun and ...
ended this morning and we were sad to say goodbye to what had been the most
cooperative group we have travelled with. The tour leader had booked us on the
afternoon Beagle Channel cruise so after a late morning start we packed our
gear and sadly left luxury behind and moved into the hostel we were staying at
for the next 2 nights. The room was of course much smaller but 2 positives were