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There are several thousands of rabbits per person... Author: Nikolkaya Source: nikolkaya.livejournal.com Translated by: Olesya Zhukova
Author: Nikolkaya Source: nikolkaya.livejournal.com Translated by: Olesya Zhukova
Author: Nikolkaya Source: nikolkaya.livejournal.com Translated by: Olesya Zhukova
This is Ushuaia, the southernmost city of the world. Like the theater begins with a hanger, Ushuaia begins with a prison. This city even wouldn't appear without the prison. In 1911, Argentina, inspired by the example of Australia, decided to arrange in Tierra del Fuego a...
This lighthouse ( Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse ) is the last point of our walk along the Beagle Channel. We saw the lighthouse and the island with the fur seals next to it! It is so windy! It is better to hide and take pictures from behind the shelter! We are going further...
Let's make a stop. We'll come ashore on that island. We are coming ashore. Here, on the island, we were told about the plants. You can see the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, and Antarctica from here. But I do not remember where they are all situated. But I suppose, there is the...
At 15 o'clock we have walk on a catamaran along the Beagle Channel . We'll look at sea lions and penguins, which can fly! Here's the port of Ushuaia . And here we are already on the board. There is a souvenir shop in the port. We shall visit it on the way back! You can see a brown...
We arrived from Tierra del Fuego National Park at 13 o'clock. At 15 o'clock, we have a walk on a catamaran along the Beagle Channel . We are going to dinner, to taste some crabs. This crab is swimming at the entrance to the restaurant. There are a lot of dishes of crabs. We...
So we went up to the observation deck. You can see the  Beagle Channel on the left and the Encerrada Bay on the right. Here are houses of the locals. We are going down. And we went along the main street of Ushuaia - San Martin Avenue. Cars are parked on both sides...
The city of  Ushuaia stretches along the Beagle Channel . Now we are on the first street from the Channel - on the avenue called Avenida Maipu, opposite the port. We are taking pictures of everything around. Here you can see the port. Panel on the right usually shows...
Ushuaia  is the southernmost city in the world. It is located on the shores of the Beagle Channel and there are just 900 km from here to Antarctica. The city has a port, and cruise ships come here on their way to Antarctica. So, we arrived in the city of Ushuaia . We were met by...
We arrived at the southernmost post office in the world. You can send postcards from here. This is the southernmost mailbox. Here we are inside the post office. We bought this postcard. Here's its back side. And I bought this one for myself. Here is it's back side. There are...
We arrived to Bahia Lapataia. At first, we arrived at the parking. Let's go to Lapataia Bay. Just look at this vehicle! So, we are in Tierra del Fuego National Park . This is also the end of the Pan-American highway. Bridges for tourists are laid through the...
Tierra del Fuego National Park was established in 1960. Now, it has an area of 630 sq.km. It is the southernmost national park on the planet. Roca Lake is located in the park: At 11 o'clock we arrived at the park on this small train along the southernmost railway in the world. We were...
We sat very close to the locomotive, the steam from it obscures the visibility. Pictures appeared to be like this... I had to shoot between steam emissions. We saw these birds at the train station . We have one stop at a waterfall on our way. We are taking pictures of everything...
So, we arrived in Ushuaia , at the edge of the earth. Today we are going go to Tierra del Fuego National Park . It is only in 11 km from the city. There was the rain at night, everything is in puddles. We stopped on the way to take pictures of beautiful views. Someone is sitting over...
From the foot of the chairlift to the Martial Glacier to the center of Ushuaia there are about 7-8 kilometers. We decided to walk back on foot admiring majestic and almost harsh landscapes of Tierra del Fuego. The road descends from the mountains, intricately meandering like a serpentine...
Today I'm at the world's end - either literally or metaphorically. A tiny Argentine city of  Ushuaia  is located at the very end of South America on the island of Tierra del Fuego. It is a kind of outpost for many tourists going to Antarctica. The majority of cruises to the...
By the second day of traveling through the Drake Passage, we noticed land which is the extreme tip of South America, the well-known  Cape Horn.  We’re coming back.... At some other time and during another adventure Cape Horn would certainly seem something incredibly romantic...
Half an hour later our catamaran nuzzled the beach with penguins: Magellanic penguins live in burrows and try to dig them as high as possible above sea level: On the way back I ordered a beer called  Cape Horn : This was the end of our acquaintance with wildlife of Beagle...
The Drake Passage enveloping  Cape Horn  became a graveyard for several hundred ships. The sun shines here just a couple of days a year. The rest of the time fog and strong wind hamper navigation. In order to get from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, you don't necessarily have to go...