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Ushuaia & Beagle Chanel: where Pacific meets Atlantic

Tuesday, early in the morning. The tourists are sleeping, it’s the best time to make some shots. I don’t have much time anyway, have to catch my boat at 9 for a Beagle Chanel tour.

I’m so far away from everywhere!

The boat tour on Beagle Chanel

The boat tour takes 4 hours, departing twice a day at 9 am and 1 pm. So I took the one at 9 in the morning in order to be back by 1 pm. Then I would have just enough time to grab my backpack in hostel and catch the plane to El Calafate in early afternoon.

Faro del fin del mundo

commonly regarded as the southernmost lighthouse in the world

Those little funny magellanic penguins

Sea Lions & Bird Island

Time to say good bye

I made it in time to hostel. Juan, my host, made mate. The evening before I told him I had never tried one before. I guess he remembered that, very attentive of him. He called a cab for me, meanwhile we enjoyed this very social drink together — my first mate. Great stuff, bitter at the beginning, getting better and better with every sip. Thanks Juan for being such a great host!

Back to that lovely wooden airport. I have heavy feeling leaving Ushuaia. I wish I would have more time here. So much more to discover on both argentine and chilenian sides. I couldn’t cross the border, as I don’t have a Visa for Chile. But there will be a next time fur sure. Next stop El Calafate.



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