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Now before the literary buffs amongst you rise up and accuse me of plagiarism and *******isation of one of Orwell's most famous quotes, let me say that I have just temporarily borrowed it to make a point and I'm sure good old George will be fine with that as I guess I am never likely to be considered a credible rival.
So whats the point. Well hopefully you will have ...
... about Ushuaia. I left the ship around 2230 hours, walking in twilight, rather than darkness. Ushuaia has two streets that particularly cater to tourists, one along the waterfront and the second, busier street one block up. Ushuaia is the main port of departure for Antarctic tourists. Several of the smaller expedition cruise ships were in port while we were there. These ships carry one to two hundred passengers to the Antarctic and are able ...
... mostly manages it without any problem
By the following morning, the winds have dropped and the sea is about as flat calm as it ever gets here in the Drake Passage – the "Drake Lake"! We’re well on our way north and making such good time that even with his foot on the brakes, our captain reckons we’ll be back in Ushuaia more than 12 hours ahead of schedule
The Polar Plunge
One of the “attractions” of a landing ...
... half mile away from the ship. There really was nothing worth buying in this town. The T-shirts or sweat shirts worth a look were so unreasonably expensive, a clear rip-off. I came back empty handed, believe it or not :-)
Some how I had the wrong conception that Ushuaia was an interesting town so I was quite disappointed. But looking from afar, it is quite pretty, nestled at the foot of the beautiful snow-capped mountains, by the ocean, ...
... do believe that the war bringing on democracy was a good thing in the long term.However,it is not forgotten,at least by the Government and we Brits need to understand that the Argentine view on the war is completely different.
The Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges said of the conflict “it was like two bald men fighting over a comb”, and I think that about sums it up!
President Kristina Kirchner is stirring the pot again over sovereignty and ...