Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa
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It has stormed overnight so I hope today will be a bit cooler. The humidity has been a shocker! Breakfast in l'Orangerie, the stunning hotel restaurant. Lots of Aussie accents (86 of us in total incl a few kiwis). Lots of APT name badges. I have left mine at home I think and Jackie is refusing to wear hers. Not much left to rebel against once you …
... up for dinner. The right restaurant is discovered in no time. Funny how two restaurants can sit next to eachother, serving the same menu, one being completely empty and the other full, with people waiting in line. We get the last available table in the popular one and order King Crab plus a bottle of wine. That was spot on. My god. We have never had so much and such delicious crab meat. Two whole king crabs for four people. Just some fried squid for starters, but nothing ...
... huge tub. Carbo loading? A bit of a rush the next morning as we couldn't find out for definite where the ferry port was! Our fail safe method was to cycle to the sea then follow it all the way around the city until we found the boat. A bit of a long way, but it worked, and gave us nice views of the reasonable sea front with cycle paths and parks. A huge modern car ferry took us across the Magellan Strait to the Chilean town of Porvenir on Tierra del Fuego. I presumed Tierra ...
... and camp sites we decide to push on to Ushuaia.
This meant a late arrival and we all had had enough. Its about 180 kilometres the sun was shining but it was cold. The light was with us as almost the land of the midnight sun. Strange that we had experienced this in Alaska a few months ago.
The end of the road we have ridded ...
... In the afternoon, we took the one hour flight down to Ushuaia. Pouring rain when we arrived, but it cleared up, we took a walk to the waterfront and then dinner at La Estancia, a famous restaurant for meat right off the grill, and a bit of tango! ...