Left Ushuaia on an absolutely gorgeous day. Ushuaia is located in such a nice area. It’s odd how it takes days of traveling through nothingness to get here. I’m glad that such a nice place is the reward after persevering Argentina’s windy flat lands.

But once I hit the flat lands the sun disappeared and it got cold again. After passing back in to Chile, I tried a different route back to the ferry crossing. But it was more of the same.

Spent that night in Cerro Sombrero at a small hotel that was recommended to me.

The hotel had two price options. One room had a private bath while the other was shared. The price difference was huge so I opted for the shared bath. Just like a dorm in a hostel I figured. I’m used to that. But damn, this place was used by oil workers and the bathroom was simply nasty. What the hell do they feed these guys? That night I found out.

The attached restaurant served a single dish. It was some kind of pan fried flat mystery meat. It had no real taste that I can describe. It was edible, but I prayed that this stuff wouldn’t come back to haunt me. That night the oil workers stayed up late watching their soaps. Can’t believe how popular soaps are down here.



One Response to “The long road back home”

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