Hotel Tierra Del Fuego
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We had very
little planned for today so after a late start we had arranged to meet the last
remaining fellow passenger for coffee and later for dinner. After the coffee we
headed down to the visitor information centre to get our passports stamped.
Then after buying some postcards and stamps from the post office we found some
very nice empanadas at a nice bakery. The weather was turning ugly with some
hail, rain and even a bit of sun so we went and visited ...
We made it.....the southernmost city in the world and as the locals like to call it 'the end of the world'. We saw the end of the world golf course, school, light house....you get the idea!! They are very proud of this fact.
It actually does feel like you are at the edge of wilderness, surrounded by mountains at your back and the sea stretching the short 1000km to Antarctica.
We spent most of the week here outside enjoying all ...
... by thousands of sheep being efficiently rounded up by five dogs, with two gauchos on their horses seemingly just witnesses to the whole thing, as were we. We had no choice but to stop, allowing this herd to orderly, however skittishly, and dare I say sheepishly, maneuver themselves to the grazing land across the road. For a good five minutes we admired the organizational and leadership skills of the dogs, the quirkiness of the sheep, and as always for me, the absolute ...
Our 12 hour bus ride to Ushuaia was extremely smooth, pleasant, and beautiful. We got to our hostel around 8:30pm, settled into our (blessedly hot) room. The hostel was bustling and full of young people making dinner, drinking wine, and sharing travel stories. Although that description sounds inviting, I find myself valueing my private space more and more, and so was less than thrilled at the atmosphere. I ended up liking it the longer we stayed though. We ...
We are in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world and are hoping to board a cruise to Antartica, but we don't have enough money. We are going to stay in the Anhen hostel costing 20 dollars a night, spending a total of 140 dollars until the 17th. We ate at a restaurant called Chez Manu a few times throughout the ...