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... I'm no economic genius by any stretch of the imagination but the normal impact of high inflation is that the currency devalues which at least offset some of the impacts, well for us travelers anyway. However the Argentinean government has put in strong controls against exchange trading, mostly in USD but obviously this impacts every other currency so as a result the currency is still trading at what it was 4 years ago but every thing ...
... The prison was closed in 1947 by order of the National Government.
Tierra del Fuego is an island divided. The Eastern part belongs to Argentina while the Western side of the island remains under the jurisdiction of Chile.
The Yamana were early aboriginal inhabitants of Tierra del Fuego (remember, the indigenous peoples who wore hardly any clothes and liked starting fires!!). Four aboriginals were taken from Tierra del Fuego in 1830 by Robert Fitzroy, and ...
... Ushuaia is a former penal colony whose name is a Yamana word for “bay that stretches into the sunset.” Today, it’s a small but busy growing port city. The snowcapped Andes rise on one side of town, while the Beagle Channel extends from the other. It is a beautiful setting! A gorgeous day too!
We boarded our bus and drove up into the mountains to visit an area of shrines that families put up to pray and thank their ...
... my mom straight in the eyes and replied, "I made it as safe as possible, but I can't guarantee that I won't get hurt."
My mom frowned. "If you can't guarantee that, you are not going to use this machine."
"Mom, if this thing works, isn't it worth the risk?" I said, exasperated. She stared at the time machine with her eyebrows furrowed together, then shrugged her shoulders up and down. Jess took that for a yes.
"So, when are you going to try it out?" Jess asked excitedly. ...
... through our bones at times and it started to drizzle but didn't rain properly until much later when we were safely back at the hostel.
Once we had completed the long walk back to town we had our packed lunch and browsed around the many tour companies offering boat trips on the Beagle Channel, but visibility was rapidly reducing and prices were high, so we decided to head back to our lodging and have a quiet afternoon in the warm and dry, which proved to be a good choice as ...
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