Terrazas del Beagle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... at the Magellan Strait ferry crossing. We were very lucky that the weather was only a bit rough and that the ferry was ready to leave virtually straight away. The bus drove on and we walked on the ferry for what was only about a half hour crossing. We then travelled about another 2 hours to the border crossing back into Argentina and again fortunately there were no delays at either border. So we arrived in Ushuaia at 7:30pm but the bus terminal is ...
Ils nous avaient dit que ça ne vallait pas la peine en juillet puisqu'il faisait tres froid a Ushuaia! Nous avons décidé de continuer et qui sera sera, que du bonheur!!
Le premier jour il a neigé fou, on a fait du dog sledding: très cool.
Le deuxième jour il a fait super beau et on a fait le Beagle Channel + le parc Tierra de Fuego ou on a vu trois grand albatros alors que les indiens disent que si vous avez la chance de voire un dans votre vie, quelque chose ...
... surfaced but it proved to be false.
The original inhabitants of the area who had lived here for thousands of years were the Yamana,an indigenous tribe who's dress, practically naked,astounded the settlers.To keep warm they smeared their bodies with sea lion fat in thick layers and it is said that their core body temperatures had adapted to be two degrees hotter than ours.They lived a primitive hunter gatherer existence and fished from boats hollowed out from ...
... boat to the island to see penguins. Saw two king penguins, some gentoo penguins and lots of magellanic ones and took tons of photos as they were all very cute. Back to Usuaia for good seafood risotto at Maria Lola and ended the night at the very busy Dublin bar, managed to get a table and so stayed until 3.30am. Playing Truth or Dare with Pete who disappointly failed to get hair from anyone, even one strand, for his dare despite me kissing Louise (just on ...
This is glacier alley. Romanche glacier named for a French ship which came through in the 19th century.Has substantial melt water with a fair amount of debris causing the water to be discoloured. We are in the Beagle Channel ( a straight connecting pacific and Atlantic ) this glacier is retreating. Behind the ice field is snow which we cannot see. Darwin came through here in 1830 in his ship ...