Villa Brescia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... biologist Natalie Prosser Goodall. Our guide,
Priscilia, showed us the museum but also the laboratory, storage room of all the bones and the place where she showed the process of cleaning the meat from the bones of the whales. The smell was not too bad!
After this we went quickly back to Ushuaia as other wise we are too late for bringing back the
car which should be delivered at 20.00 ...
... to spell and also the southern most city or rather town in the world. The Chileans dispute this as they technically have an island further south than TdF but there are only military personnel on it and not civilians so the Argentians refuse to give up the"southern-most" tag. U (I´m not going to spell it out) is the place from which expensive Antarctic cruises full of Chinese and Russian tourists depart. Apparently you have to join an expedition ship and so places are ...
... in the channel (despite the publicity it is not the lighthouse at the end of the world), and Casey and I saw some fins in the distance (but not much of whatever they were attached to!). We also visited a larger island on which we were shown some archaeological remains of an indigenous hut (with bone and shell fragments), a fantastic view, and given a lesson in the local plants - one of them a plant that grows only 1mm per year and could ...
... this later.
There was no time to seriously contemplate all these follies as I had a busy day the following morning which included a train journey,a trip to Tierra del Fuego National Park and a boat journey through the Beagle Channel! I retired to the bedroom and slept like a log on the bed which was so large it could have slept me and all the staff at the hotel,all I hoped was not to get knifed in the dark.
I am playing with the weather Gods every day at ...
... all of our bellies were full of warm cheese quesadillas, we locked up the van and walked a half kilometer down the same road we drove in on toward a trailhead we had seen on the park map. The morning had been quite cold and windy but as soon as we began to follow the trail upward along the steep terrain, we began to warm up. Even more helpful, as we walked through this landscape, thick with impenetrable trees, was that the forest blocked the whipping wind from reaching us. It ...