- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as g adventures has had to cancel all their trips so far because of a problem with their boat, and we also met a couple who was there but not making it to Antarctica because of a plane crash that destroyed the runway for their flight there. Still seriously thinking about going but a little concerned that only 50% of the trips actually make it there. Our final day ...
... all the way from Buenos Aires about 4000 kilometres north. You
really have reached the end of the road here. We had been very lucky with the
weather and there had been no wind and no rain which is exceptional for down
here. We again went out with the group for dinner to an even more expensive
restaurant but the BBQ Argentinean meat is awesome and the wine isn’t too bad
... police force.Roca was deeply concerned that Chile had their eyes on the area.The penal colony would help to cement Ushuaia firmly in place.
The Argentinian Government continued to encourage people to move to Ushuaia,this was not easy as it was a desolate wind swept area with appalling weather.Never the less,fishing was good and amazing natural wonders,like the glaciers and Beagle Channel could be used as future investments.Some people did move down when rumours of a ...
... Eclaireurs Lighthouse, took more photos and then went for a walk on Bridges Island with our guide Annie. The Island is named after a British family who were the first European settlers in the area. I also won the Argentinian flag in the raffle, beating Pete (and everyone else) now I have to take a picture with it back in High Wycombe and send it to them. Had very quick empanada lunch and then got bus to Haberton Estancia. First stop the marine creatures ...
... decided to join us for lunch, where Hannah and Nadia ordered a burger, not quite expecting it to be just a piece of meat on a plate. Luckily we got free bread.
We then set off for our night in Ushuaia airport. It was eerily deserted, and we managed to scare ourselves to death by accidentally setting off the escalator. We found a cozy area of floor near the loudest snoring couple, and had a surprisingly good night's sleep. Next stop, ...