Hosteria Valle Frio
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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We loaded the truck and continued south. After driving for a few hours, we arrived at a ferry crossing. We had to wait awhile for the ferry and once loaded it took about half an hour to cross. We heard that sometimes dolphins swim along side the ship so many of us went to look but it was to no avail. One of the ladies in the truck started talking to two local police officers about the abandoned estancia. We were curious why ...
A day spent in Ushuaia getting extremely frustrated with the lack of buses, accommodation and bike boxes. We finally had transport out of here sorted (on different days as buses can't take 3 bikes) back to Punta Arenas to fly back to Santiago. It would have been easier to cycle! After a day off the bike I was clearly missing it as the next morning I was off for a morning hill climb to a hanging glacier high above the city. The rest of my time in Ushuaia was ...
... peninsular. At 6.30 we all had a glass of champagne. Dinner at 7.30. 7th March (Saturday) Temperature of -4. Breakfast at 8.00. We were closing in on Port Lockroy sailing through the beautiful Errera and Neumeyer channels. The approach was really awe inspiring. We arrived at Port Lockroy, Goudier Island close to the north west shore of Wiencke Island which was discovered by Eduard Dallmann in 1873 and named in 1904 by Jean Baptist Charcot after Eduard Lockroy, a French politician ...
... guy checks in with each person about disembarkation. Once we’ve been checked in and accounted for, we board one of the three buses and head for the port. We approach the Academic Ioffe, our home for the next 19 days, and notice the distinct air of casualness. Since we have been checked in, we are allowed to board immediately. We are not given a room key or a card for onboard charging. We find our cabin (501) which is utilitarian, but ...
... if we needed a place to stay. It was just after 9:00 at night, but with 18-19 hour days down here it looked like it was much earlier (it’s light out until about 11 PM). Eduardo, our new friend from Montevideo - and the first Uruguayan I’ve ever met - asked us two quick questions: “Are you guys delinquents? Are you going to rob me if I let you stay in my house?” When we responded “No” to both of his questions he told us to follow ...