Cumbres de Martial
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... The waiter shows us how to use the scissors and in no time we enjoy the most succulent, tasteful crabmeal we have ever had. Even Les, who is an experienced crab eater can't remember having eaten a better one. It is a worthy end of the first leg of the journey. I wonder if I will ever come back here during the rest of my life and I wonder if I will ever eat a better crab. One is as unlikely as the other. If I would have had a bucket list, which I don't, I could have ticked it ...
... a large number of oil and gas wells and a significant amount of industrial development relating to oil and gas. We had originally planned on camping near Rio Grande but could not find an appropriate camp so we pushed on a further 123 kms to Tolhuin. As we approached Tolhuin the landscape slowly changes from rolling grass hills to a low growing gnarled and twisted forested full of dead wood. We arrived into Tolhuin just after sunset which allowed us to take in ...
... huge tub. Carbo loading? A bit of a rush the next morning as we couldn't find out for definite where the ferry port was! Our fail safe method was to cycle to the sea then follow it all the way around the city until we found the boat. A bit of a long way, but it worked, and gave us nice views of the reasonable sea front with cycle paths and parks. A huge modern car ferry took us across the Magellan Strait to the Chilean town of Porvenir on Tierra del Fuego. I presumed Tierra ...
... other cyclists, birds and a dog. Day 65. Monday 23rd February. Tolhuin to Ushuaia. We woke up tired and stiff to a grey, wet cold, windy day with one hundred and three kilometres and over one thousand metres of climbing to do. Other than one big climb through a ski resort area, it was a fairly uneventful day as our views of the mountains were obscured. We finished with a fast descent into Ushuaia, found our hotel, bought and drank beers and rough ...
This morning we had a 1hr flight with Aerolineas Argentinas from El Calafate to Ushuaia. The starting point of our 3 week Antartica Adventure We were given a snack pack on the plane in a small box. The picture on the box lid was advertising a tourist spot & the inside lid was the corresponding story. There were many different box themes. What a fabulous idea. Mine was of the recent glacier we visited, Arthur's was the tango district in ...