Hosteria Ushuaia Green House
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... 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, ...
... so I was not too disappointed. It was a bit national park, with mountains, woods, lakes, etc. We were taken to see a beaver dam, and a couple of lakes. What I found most impressive were the snow capped mountains shrouded in clouds. Hope some of the photos I took would come out alright.
Our tour ended around noon. Bob and I walked back to the ship, dropped off the cameras, and had lunch. Then we walked out again to town center which was ...
... store around the corner in the morning to find what i need,... is only money right? But the rest of the afternoon we spend checking into our lovely hotel, orienting ourselves to this beautiful town, grabbing a coulee beers and as great budget and then later a fabulous t-bone steak with some magnificent Argentinian cabernet and Malbec wines. It's now time for bed and at 3 tomorrow is time to board the Akademik Ioffe and begin the boat trip to ...
... of frigid Southern Ocean separates Ushuaia from Antarctica.The Bluff in New Zealand and Cape Town in South Africa come no where near to being so far south, yet these are Ushuaia's closest cousins.
Ushuaia is the capital of the province of Tierra del Fuego,it is situated in a wide bay fenced off in the North by the Martial Mountain Range and below in the South lies the Beagle Channel,named after the boat which on its second sailing to Ushuaia had as part of its ...
... and Atlantic oceans and acts as a border between Argentina on the north shore, and Chile on the south. It can also get rather windy. Taking advantage of a rare windless day we boarded a small ten-person boat for a three hour cruise out to the rocks which are home to hundreds of Cormorants and lazy Sea Lions (sadly we'd missed Penguin season). Phil "Attenborough" Anderson was in his element. Besides the natural wonders, the boat also provided us with a pint of beer on ...