Patagonia Pionera Hotel
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I have had probably the hardest week's riding I can remember. I left my diary in Tolhuin, from where things got hard quickly. My plan was to ride across Tierra del Fuego in one hit, taking back roads and not using services, as there were none on my route. I have since been told that cycling folklore recommends against this, as it is so hard and remote. I am not that well versed on folklore however.
I am navigating using a paper National Geographic large scale road map and ...
... pass the two-hour boat ride pleasantly. We saw an amazing sunset around 10:15 and drove home tired and hungry around 10:45 when the boat docked. I´m still not sure why that excursion costs so much money since the boat seems pretty old and the trip is only run a few times a week at 5:00 in the evening. But if you want to see penguins and have a once in a lifetime experience, then this is what is available to you. I´m glad we did it, as I´m sure many before us have decided as ...
... easier on his stomach since he might get seasick.
We listened to the 2pm lecture by Col. Bauer about the white house social life anecdotes. Then I went to a talk on happy feet offered by the spa, while Bob went to "work".
The ocean has been really rough and the ship has been rocking more than I felt before. The waves were supposed to reach 15 feet high, the wind at more than 40 knots. I can see the white caps on ...
Not much to share here as I was still sick and taking it easier to get better, but a neat port town and the gateway to our estimated 10-12 hr trip the next day to Ushuia, the end of the earth! Our guide has a habit of over estimating the time it takes, so we've all placed bets ...
... for us and asked us if we were Ruby and Felix. It was Richard who came a day earlier! What perfect timing! Inside the hostel, the owner greeted us. She showed us our rooms and the common areas. It was a quaint house with lots of rooms. The sunroom was especially unique. It was like a small greenhouse but served as a nice gathering area. Ruby and I shared a room. It had the tiniest bathroom. The door looked like ...