Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... upon a cluster of fourteen of them, in a pull-off on the side of the road; perfect, we figured, to block us a bit from the wind. Just as we parked and stepped out of the van, the sun came out from behind the clouds and warmed up our space. Even luckier, the winds slowed to a halt, allowing us to cook on our stove without any trouble. Dinner that evening was plentiful, once again in an effort to finish off all of our fresh produce in preparation for yet another ...
... boys . I hope they get it and like it. S was a very scenic spot.
As we drove to the next attraction we saw a red fox by the side of the road. These are the local native fauna and Luciana said though people are told not to tourists tend to fed them so they hang around looking for handouts. It was quite large, as big as a terrier and had a mournful expression. At our next stop there was another one in the car park. This stop was at "the end of the road", literally. It is where ...
... and English. On these signs, in case you had any doubt, Argentina makes sure that all passengers know that 1) Britain is illegally occupying the Palmer Peninsula and 2) Argentina is legally occupying the Palmer Peninsula.
We made it back to the ship in order to have one last dinner with Simona before relaxing for the rest of the evening in lounge. We had to stop “partying” relatively early to get our luggage outside our suite door before ...
... that awaited us. Ominous indeed...
We had stocked up on 5 days worth of food, hired a tent, stove, pots and pans, sleeping mattresses and bags, gas cylinder, and sufficient clothing for the expected conditions. I had the best part of 20kgs on my back and Rach had a smaller bag that still would have topped 12kgs. Rach was definitely unsure ...
... The river is relatively wide and flat here, so we had to paddle paddle paddle to make much headway, and then it started to rain. We worked our way to Lapataia Bay and paddled like mad across the end of it to Arias Port, where the bus was waiting for us. The relief at being done with this ordeal was palpable at this point, especially those whose waterproof booties were less than waterproof.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool