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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... approaching their mates.
Looking at the islands covered in birds, penguins and sea lions is how these animals, it is amazing to think that they are always there whether we are looking or not. This is not a zoo exhibit for our pleasure-- this is truly nature.
Tomorrow will NOT include any boat rides but will (hopefully) include watching the Super Bowl with people who think football is played with a round ball!!
... on the 5th of Feb and another leaving on the 15th of Feb, both on the same ship!. After a bit of helter skelter and running around we went with the earlier option as it meant it would take less time to double back from our ventures North, also 10 days on board a ship getting well feed with plenty of fresh air could only have me in better shape by the time we will now get back into trekking territory in Torres Del Pain. Bit of a long shot that I'll be able for it ...
... on Isla Tierra del Fuego. We re-boarded, and we on our way to
the Argentinian border again. Another hour or so, and we had to all
check back into Argentina, and stamp out of Chile, which luckily, is a
much smoother, and quicker process than the other way around. I thought
that we were pretty close after that last border, especially after we
made it to Rio Grande, the smaller city on the island. We were still
pretty far, and ...
... outfitted ships that sail down to Anartica, crossing the Drake Passage which is notoriously rough sailing. They were tied up across the pier from us. The passengers who were boarding were mostly younger, hearty looking people with backpacks. Ten of us had arranged an independent tour of the Tierra del Fuego National Park.
Our guide was a personable young woman in her twenties, who spoke excellent English. It's pretty cold ...
... days, so some of us took the
opportunity to book in to a hostel for the time we are here. Me, Maddie, Donna
and Grubby all had a four person room with bunkbeds, communal kitchen and
toilets, but compared to the Guanaca field of death last night it feels like
the Ritz! Found an all you can eat Parilla (barbeque house) just down the road,
so stuffed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet