Hotel Las Lengas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Maarten's world ended a bit earlier as he went through his back last night. We have to leave him in the cabana because he cannot move. We will photoshop him into the picture we will make at worlds end later on. We ask a random passer by to make the picture, like everybody else does here. A popular place for selfies and group pictures made by strangers. Like Rodrigo and his friends. An enthousiastic Chilean with a motorcycle who is here with his wife and daugther. Friendly ...
... train use to travel years ago. The location of the prison was ideal considering the geography and the climate. The prison closed in 1947.
We also got to visit kilometre zero - where the road begins! This is the farthest southern place in the World accessible by roads. Alaska is about 18 000 km away!
Once back to the hotel in the afternoon I decided since the weather was fantastic, I should probably do another excursion. I headed to ...
... us over to give us a right talking to. I felt like asking him if he would like to try riding my bike in that wind whilst I sit and watch in his nice warm pick up? Instead I smiled and nodded and we carried on as normal. In one of our several 'ditch' snack stops a crazy man ran across the main road to ask us for directions to 'Argentina'. Very strange for a local to be asking three foreigners on bikes the way to 'Argentina'. It's quite a big place. I got my map out ...
... The tour gave us an explanatory drive to a train station, a one hour ride on the old Steam train following the route the prisoners used ( again with multilingual explanations), then a bus ride through the N.P. Inside the park there were several stops for walks and to have various things pointed out. All in all it was a most interesting and enjoyable day and the weather, while certainly not hot, was not too cold ...
... to speak to each one. It is definitely a bittersweet moment as we say goodbye to this wonderful team of people who took such good care of us. We load up on the bus and once everyone is on, we leave the dock for Ushuaia. We have a couple of hours in Ushuaia before we’re transported to the airport. Jim, Cathy, Allen and I decide to find free wi-fi, check out some shops and then eat lunch. ...