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... in to chat. it was actually a really good way to help ease it out of our system. it was a nice bright and mild sunny day today. perfect for some glacier hiking like I had originally planned; but the easy relaxing shopping and strolling option seems more appropriate. I'll do my best to salvage some energy to somewhat explore BA tomorrow. tonight, the few of us still remaining are meeting up at the irish pub, since once midnight tolls, we all become ...
... Rurrenabaque and Cuzco - OK so its not the longest we have spent in but close) , but all good should be plenty to do or we can just do what we normally do, which in case you have not been following is very little.
What we did:
Tierra del Fuego National Park
We, well I had as you may have realised Gabriella does no planning, decided to come to this park as it is both very close to Ushuaia (so extremely accessible) has some interesting and ...
... I said bye to another round of new friends I remember being sad again that they were all now leaving me as I headed back to Buenos Aires alone for three nights. I remember wondering who I was going to talk about this experience with for the next four days and whether I’d really enjoy Buenos Aires as much as would have if I had been there before my voyage.
I really just wanted to get home and start my new life.
... population, this post office was just for tourist that wanted to send a postcard from the southernmost Post Office in the world. The scenery that provided a background for this small Post Office was beautiful as only nature can create on such a magnificent and enormous scale. The next stop was the end of the Pan-American Highway, a small insignificant location that dead ended at a small sign that said we were indeed at the end of the world. Though the statement "End of the World" ...
... and I felt, well mostly cold until I managed to replace my coat. Not that I could replace it properly because they didn't have it, only the bodywarmer (i.e. sleeveless) version which was somehow 50 quid more than I had paid for the avec sleeves version at home. Useful travel tip, never ever come to Argentina to go clothes shopping, it is ridiculously, eye wateringly expensive. The same North Face gear that is expensive at home requires either ...
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