25 de Mayo 245, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, V 9410 DFE, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

8.17am - End Of The Line

A travel blog entry by suzloua

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Friday 6 November, 8.17am, MIL810

Goodness me, it seems I just can't sit still at the moment. Arrived in Ushuaia last night after the longest fricking plane journey ever, more than two hours late. We got delayed setting off from BA, and then for some reason (I’m not sure why because they only made their announcements in Spanish), we …

Last day in Ushuaia

A travel blog entry by africantikki


... a note and a little present. My present was a book called iche boludo a gringo's guide to understanding Argentinian! My little bookmark was the most touching of all and said ' what can I say! You are great, super fun, calm and it's always a pleasure to spend time with. I hope you have enjoyed Patagonia and I look forward to see you again when you come back with Jenny!' Jenny you are famous! Jason asked to see a pic because he thought I was making you up:) I ...

To the end of the earth

A travel blog entry by africantikki


... sunny day but really windy. You can feel the wind against the bus. The views have been pretty standard till now. On the right I see beautiful turquoise waters of the lake with the Andes in the background. In the left thick, green woodland. It reminds me so much New Zealand. Zosh has planted herself by me on the bus and has taken over my iPad completely. Hence all I have managed to do is read and listen to music. Surprisingly everyone is pretty content ...


A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... morning and catch the 12:30 boat back to the park entrance. Firstly though, I’d need to set up the tent in the windiest place on Earth.

Rach will be the first to say that she is much more competent at camping than I. Setting up a tent in calm conditions is one thing, but trying to do it in 50km/hr winds is another. I found myself ...

End of the World

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... is a hive of activity as ships stock up on supplies and passengers here before heading to Antarctica. With an international airport, Ushuaia caters well to visitors with a large range of outdoor options that include hiking, sailing, kayaking and dog sledding.

Compared to other South American ports that we have visited, it’s easy to see that there is money here. Retail and business premises appear modern; paved, unbroken pathways line the streets ...

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