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... problem, these things happen (something to write about I guess to keep you from dropping off) but notwithstanding the accidental nature of the incident I do believe I warranted at least a "Pardon Monsieur: or maybe even "Je suis vraiment desolee" or even a towel perhaps. No such thing and after a brief moment as the boyracer trolley dolly regained her composure and without so much as a by your leave adressed the next passenger "Dog or Chicken". And ...
... along the seafront that had been given over to a wide variety of lupines and giant poppies. As you can see, the lupines love the climate.
At the entry to the port there is a sign from 2012 reminding visitors that Ushuaia had been for 30 years the capital city of the Malvinas, which had been illegally (according to Argentine law) occupied by the UK since 1833. Argentine gauchos settled the Malvinas in 1831 as part of a ...
We do indeed arrive in Ushuaia more than 12 hours ahead of schedule and a few people take the opportunity to have a night out on the town. We know better, this now being our fourth visit to Ushuaia. Hans-Peter goes out for a 5K jog to be able to claim that he has run in the world’s most southerly city and then we all enjoy our last night on board.
Ushuaia which claims not only to be the world’s most southerly city, but also the ...
... pure excitement, including the odd rider losing his mount... and it was great to be in the sun, practicing a little bit of Spanish... Wandering around the stunning streetscapes and cafes of B.A., I really enjoyed my stay.
Expecting terrific winds from start to finish, I was surprised upon landing in Ushuaia to find the harbour town perfectly sheltered from the howling westerly winds that lash Patagonia year round. With ...
We found an Internet café on one of the side streets so it allowed me to update my blog with some reasonable speed to the wi-fi, albeit it took 25 minutes for me to upload just five (5) pictures. Guess I’ll have to wait until Buenos Aires or Rio for some real speed – hopefully. We’re out of here about 7:30 tonight and go around the HORN tomorrow. We’re kinda hoping that ...