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We left by 7:30 this morning and began our trek north. Although I didn't do much this time when I was in Ushuaia, I am still sad to be leaving as it holds such good memories of my trip to Antarctica. As I'm travelling there are a few places I would return to but not until I've checked other things off my list. Nevertheless, South Georgia and Antarctica I would definitely go back to, even before going ...
... the middle of nowhere so killed a couple of
hours looking for a supermarket & bought an ice cream on the way back – it is
still popular here in a snowstorm! Had bribed the ticket office to guard my
bags with fake pesos and $$$ I found lying around – a nice ice breaker.
Went all the way back to 30km from where I started at 1pm by
10pm!! The views didn’t get any better for the 3rd time of ...
... our lives, as Ben said 'grilled by angles'.
A 28 hour bus took us from Bariloche into El Calafate, we went with Andes Mar bus company and it was surprisingly more managable than we thought. Luckily the buses in Argentina are comfy, food is served and they play regular movies. There is a more direct route via the famous Ruta 40 but it was closed when we were travelling. El Calafate was another town full of ...
... around in the middle of nowhere outside a
truck shouting along to Sweet Child of Mine and The Who on full blast is a bit
odd, but apart from the early-to-bedders at least we can’t disturb anyone.
Slightly miffed that we stocked up the bar in the morning to 25 bottles of red
wine, and only 7 were left by the end of the night meaning we need to go
shopping again but it was worth it!
... for the next bus and prepare our visa because we were going to get in Chile during the trip. I tried to sleep a little despite it was 2.30pm but I couldn’t, the bus station seemed to be build before the 1st World War and the wooden chairs didn’t invite you to be there for a long time. So I walked around with nothing to do.
We finally took the second bus at 3pm to Ushuaia. If ...