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... 1), Laguna Verde,
the Lapatia Mirador (3) and the Buoy (6) until time for my 3pm pickup, pricy at
£10 return, though the hostel owner didn’t like my thinking the prices too
As the ferry option has proved untenable, a tip off from the
hostel owners led me to book a flight from here to El Calafate for $127, about
the same as the bus and just 1.5 hours rather than days, some of which would be
... or if the pick up at the other end knows.Of course,one,you never do a planned excursion on a flight day,golden rule,two your pick up people will know your flight is canceled and come at the right time,it is their job to monitor flight times.There need therefore be only one solitary thing in this scenario to be concerned about and that is the flight connection window and how that will affect your hold luggage and whether the destination you are traveling to has a further flight ...
... afforded us some cheesy snaps! (see below) That night we pulled off a great egg n spinach curry with rice (we also had luck with a tasty stir fry later in the week. Both dishes were due in part to a very well stocked kitchen) and booked ourselves the last two spots onto the very last tour of the season to walk with the penguins (much to jealously of our fellow hostel friends). We were told that during high season ...
... in front of us!! And the queues for the petrol stations in Ushuaia stretch for over 100m easily. All day, every day. Took us less time to walk home than many to fill up their tanks. We'll soon be leaving this cold climate with its snow-capped peaks, glaciers and wide-open plains seemingly inhabited only by llamas and rheas (large flightless birds), and it will be with a heavy heart. But we'll be heading to BA and some steak, Malbec and tango lessons. Ole! Phil and Mups ...
This was our last full day on board. The day was filled with briefings and presentations before we dressed up for our final evening. Fortunately the weather had settled after yesterday Everyone made an effort to dress up for drinks with the Captain. Our ...