La Posada

Avda. San Martin 1299, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

Freezing Our Butts Off - Antarctica

A travel blog entry by indigolazuli

We are taking off with some life rafts that we bought for USD $36.52 or 286.43 Argentine Pesos, leaving us with 725.09 Argentine Pesos. We are going to sail into the Bridgeman Islands in West Antarctica. We bought soup for 28 Argentine Pesos in all and brought it to Antarctica. This leaves us with 697.09 Argentine ...

Back on the main land!

A travel blog entry by flyingdutchmen


After more than 10 days sailing on/around/to/from Antarctica, now back on fixed ground in Ushuaia.

not much time to write, have to catch a flight, but it amazing! A life changing experience to be so long in pure nature. we did see whales, orcas, pinguins of course and seals, albatrosses and any, many beautiful icebergs!

just one pic this time, later more, now to Bariloche.

Flying FTE-USH -- New Camera Ruined

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... at 5:00 and quickly taxied into the gate, arriving 17 minutes early at 5:03. It’s cloudy here – typical ****** far-south weather. I picked up my luggage and took a 9-minute taxi ride to the bed and breakfast I’m staying at for the night. The meter was 52.20 pesos ($7.84).

My reprieve from misery was extremely brief. I’ve just arrived into the departure port for my dream trip to Antarctica ...


A travel blog entry by marty_rach


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After completing the center of the 'W’ and reluctantly departing the French Valley it was again time to pack up the tent and trek another 7.5km with the full pack to the next pit stop, the Refugio Paine Grande.

This leg of the trip had another unique spin on its scenery. Just out of the Italiano camp I entered the ...

South Georgia

A travel blog entry by phgordon


So we finally made it after getting around the storm. The landing was late on Prion Island. We were the first ship to visit this area which was closed for breeding of wandering albatross, which has a 12foot wing span.. We saw a few of them on their eggs. There we fur seals, and king and gentoo penguins. After lunch we went to Salisbury plain and observed a very large king penguin colony- more than 250,000 I ...


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