Hotel Las Lengas
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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The novice guide to parcel collection in Argentina. 1. Write off three hours of your life, stock up on patience and head directly to the international post office. 2. Hang around outside the post office trying to understand what other people are doing to get past odd job (security). 3. Accept that you have no idea what the process is and enter discussion with odd job. Speak slowly, regularly repeating the words parcel, package and collect. When odd job speaks to you ...
... mountains for some alpine style riding. Despite the rain coming down harder the views were fantastic and it was a great change from the endless pampa riding we 'd experienced since leaving the Caretterra 3 weeks ago. The last few kilometres seemed to go on forever as the headwind picked up again and the magic descent to the coast never seemed to arrive! Then round a corner a massive Welcome to Ushuaia sign appeared! We made it! Then it was a fairly hideous 5km across town ...
Back in Ushuaia - we had to motor the whole day through the Beagle and finally arrived in Ushuaia. Last day on bord tomorrow in the morning we will all have to leave and the adventure in the adventure will be over. So once arrived in the harbour and after waiting for two hours on bord for the customs to be done we had our last dinner on board and then went out for a drink or two...or three....let me put it like this...we had to leave the boat at 9 am and that made the ...
... history about the Islas Malvinas, otherwise known as The Falkland Islands, and now have a deeper appreciation of the Argentinian claim to these remote islands 200 km off the east coast of Southern Patagonia. It's an interesting story that highlights England's global dominance and empirical power in Victorian times.
Other noteworthy activities and adventures from our stay in Ushuaia include the following: The approach ...
... islands off the coast and icy mountains in the background. As the walk progresses, it becomes more muddy and there,s patches where its very difficult to avoid stepping in black sticky mud! There,s a bit of a glitch when I follow some other people off track accidentally. We all end up on a slope high above the channel, and no track in sight. Three young guys from USA and two German girls with me all bushwhacked in Tierra del Fuego! We all decide ...