Hosteria Valle Frio
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... studied by military strategists and Generals around the world.Argentina lost around 649 troops to the Uks 255 ,303 of the Argentine killed were from the sinking of the warship “General Belgrano”,put that into perspective and the number killed on both sides from battle were not that far apart.The Argentines claim this as a “victory” that their inexperienced troops compared to the highly professional troops of the UK gave Britain a close run for their ...
... following day to avoid the gales outside. There was a lot of information to digest!
Having spent the first two days either reading about how 'Las Malvinas son Argentinas' or tasting the Beagle beer, we were very pleased to finally see the sunshine and appreciate Ushuaia's setting. During the negotiation stages for our imminent Antarctica trip, we managed to wangle a helicopter flight over the city and surrounding valleys as part of our deal. It was an ...
WE disembarked the ship after breakfast and did a tour around Tierra del Fuego National Park. Very beautiful and framed by snow capped peaks of the Andes.
Arrived back at hotel at 2pm.
Spent the afternoon doing the travel blog as I couldn't do it on the ship without the internet.
Had a light meal at the hotel and early to bed
PS Photo at national park in last entry ...
... day. But I blamed Stu for rubbing his gloves on my face yesterday (in the night and later to his face) and he admitted fault! No more penguin poo near me! Afternoon we went further south to Port Lockroy - passing some amazing icebergs (>25m), bergy bits (5-25m) and growlers (<5m). Some very close and quite scary! But looking breathtaking. Probably had BMs hanging around at some point on my bunk! Evening chatting with Kirsten - not too ...
... of the owner playing a set of tango music on his accordion (really well, I might add), not performing the sensual erotica of the famous dance with his equally elderly wife, who would have presumably been displaying an uncomfortable amount of thigh and clenching a slowly wilting rose between her teeth while we clapped awkwardly and kept our fake smiles grimly pasted on our faces.
As for Ushuaia itself, we kind of liked it, but were never quite ...