Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
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 …
... br> These were fairly small fellows, some 1.5 m long with a white underbelly and black back.
I managed to fire off a few shots before the captain or more likely a jobsworth member of the crew, ordered us all bellow deck.
Once in Tierra del Fuego were re-boarded the bus and started the second stage of the road trip down to the border town of San Sebastian.
The chileans rather carelessly decided not to tarmac this stretcho f road so we ...
... person, I found quite interesting. There was a huge sign saying that the English are pirates who are illegally occupying the Falklands (or Malvinas as the islands are known in Argentina). I couldn't get a photo of this as there were a load of port guards around it and I was not about to risk getting shot. Another sign said that Argentina includes the Falklands and South Georgia/South Sandwich Islands in the province of Tierra del Fuego under ...
... I didn’t realised, as I was following a few people that were up in front of me, was that they were taking the wrong path and we were walking on the right side of the mountain, which doesn’t lead to the Glacier. Ooops! I had to clamber down rocks, or what I thought were rocks as I couldn’t see anything under the snow, cross the river that was flowing down from the mountain and then get back onto the trail. As you got further ...
... siège. Ruben deteste les Chiliens pour leurs routes autant que leurs manières de parler. On arrive a Rio Grande complètement épuisé et tous ce qu'on veut c'est un lit mais pas de chance tous les hotels sont complets, du moins cher au plus cher. Camping ferme aussi, la pluie qui tombe et le froid qui était assez puissant, on est épuisés et vraiment a la limite de nos forces.
Notre seule choix est d'allé demander refuge a l´hopital, apparemment on étaient pas ...
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