Hosteria Patagonia Jarke
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... it would be a good idea to relax a bit after a week of go-go-go, so I booked a massage. Nice.
Ushuaia is the place you depart from if you are going on a cruise to Antarctica. Definitely one of the more *cha-ching* cruises out there. The distance to Antarctica is only 1000 km away. If you are not going on a cruise, like me, there are a lot of other things to see and do in Ushuaia. First stop - Tierra del Fuego National Park. (The country of ...
I woke about 3.30am to a strange scraping sound. As I became aware of the rolling of the ship I realised the sound was the clothes hangers in the wardrobe moving back and forth - not so strange usually but these were full of clothes and packed with other pieces of luggage!!! The swell was massive and I was soon slipping from end to end in my bed, bathroom visits were an adventure and a half, as was breakfast this morning - my chair, even though it was tethered to the ...
... to the finish line in the worlds most southerly city, Ushuaia! (Puerto Williams in Chile has a population of 2000 and is actually the most Southerly town in the world but the Argentinians refuse to admit it!) In Tolhuin we headed straight for the famous bakery we had heard about, Panaderia la Union. It gets packed with tourists, some 5000 a day on the weekend, who queue up to sample the pastries, bread and home made chocolate. After 200km of cycling we definitely deserved ...
... whine as we increase speed and when the tires bump off the runway, we feel sadness. We can see the Ioffe at the dock, getting ready to load new passengers. We have already started thinking about the timing of the day and we’d be at tea about now. We leave Ushuaia, and its breathtaking vistas, behind us as we climb into the skies and head north. Farewell to all…may we meet again.
Since we last posted to the blog, we embarked on a cruise around Cape Horn, covering 4,061 miles in 14 days. We had a very comfortable mini-suite on the ship with a nice balcony, which allowed us to watch the gorgeous sights. We were lucky enough to watch the Super Bowl in a nice theatre set up on the ship for football fans. We were loud New Englanders, cheering the triumphant Patriots on to their Super Bowl win. One ...