Hosteria Ushuaia Green House
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[It's January 24th, mid-afternoon and we’ve been cruising in fog all day. This is the first of three sea days after leaving Port Stanley in the Falklands late yesterday night. Our next stop will be Buenos Aires, a hotel for the day, and a late flight home on the 27th. These three sea days provide an excellent opportunity for me to report on our voyage since leaving Antarctica. Today, I’ll cover our time in ...
So we left at 8:30 this morning on the bus to Ushuaia. After two hours we get out of and go on a ferry over to Tierra Del Fuego across the Straights of Magellan they named theIslands of Fire because the first Spanish explorers saw the fires of the native inhabitants along the shore Crossing we saw black and white dolphins running with the boat. They are called Commersom's dolphins ...
... the ordinary prisoners.
In the upper gallery there was an exhibition about Antarctic exploration. Life for the early explorers looked grim.
Afterwards we walked along the promenade, accompanied by two dogs who we had given some pastry to. We found another memorial to those who died in the Falklands conflict with a flame burning in front.
Back at home, we ate a dinner of pumpkin, spinach and goat's cheese pie - quite an achievement as the kitchen has scarcely any ...
... crossing the speed achievements of the driver were starting to be justified. Lining up at immigration, the power went out. A twenty minute delay saw the flickering of lights indicating a return to normal. The regulation 15 minute wait for the computers to reboot followed before the first of our passengers started to be processed. Ten minutes later and the power at this dusty outpost once again disappeared. The smiling face of the young female President seemed to mock us from her ...
... Argentinas flight took just over an hour to get to Ushuaia. We were given a little snack on the flight, which wasn't anything to write home about. There were some views however as we left El Calafate and as we approached Ushuaia. It was very windy and rainy in Ushuaia, but we still managed to see the mountains, sea and town from the air.
We grabbed a map from the airport tourist information desk and headed for the taxi rank. As soon as ...