MIL810

Address: 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

    Back to Ushuaia to meet Ryan

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Dec 09, 2014

    1 photo

    I got up this morning and had breakfast at the hostel, packed up my stuff and headed out around 11am. I had to get a taxi to the bus terminal, and then a local bus from Puerto Madryn station over to the Trelew Airport. It was a 45 minute ride, and got me there exactly two hours before my flight. Perfect timing. I was keeping an eye on Ryan’s …

    Long buses and cold weather

    A travel blog entry by hwmorgan on Mar 08, 2015

    1 comment, 47 photos

    ... softly softly approach deployed by the harmonica playing Native American character, Randolph Johnson in the same film, perhaps my pronunciation of Salana Ayun Iasis* wasn't up to scratch. Whilst I pretended I was on Free Willy, Rach was laughing at her adaptation of the words to the song Proud Mary. She changed the lyric 'big wheels keep on turning' to 'big whales keep on turning'. All things considered a good excursion except for the illnesses experienced by the ...

    Port Lockroy , Goudier Island

    A travel blog entry by kiwimitch2015 on Feb 28, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... they go back to England then the British Mail sends them on their way. The Gentoos nest all around the hut and once again it was mainly this years babies all fledging so they were messing around on shore while their waterproof plumage grew in.

    The second landing site was a beach behind the island called Jougla Point which had prolific whale bones, some of which had been aligned to form a mutt skeleton … i.e. bones from several ...

    Antarctic South 2015

    A travel blog entry by audreypoulton on Feb 22, 2015

    ... talk from an historian named John Smith who related very amusing FIDS' stories whist living and working at various bases. There was a talk on conservation of the Antarctic, and Premier Oil talked about the commencement of oil drilling on the Island. Tea and eats were provided. We then walked with a guide called Brian to the Stanley War Cemetery for the filming of the graves of Leading Seaman Reg Hodge and Able Seaman Michael Lane who died aboard H.M.S. Protector whilst prepping a ...

    The End of the World

    A travel blog entry by caryharri on Feb 07, 2015

    12 photos

    ... and so I did not take any photos of this but we did have a fabulous view of the cemetry from our hotel window! We remembered that we had visited a brewery last visit and so we felt the need to revisit!
    We watched a bit of tango on the street and had a good lunch before going back to the hotel about 5o'clock and as we have an early flight tomorrow at 04.30 and only slept a bit on the flight over we ...