Feb
4

Snaps from Ushuaia

I spent ten days in beautiful Ushuaia. Taking spanish classes, walking in the Tierra del Fuego national park, walking around the city in flip-flops trying to get my blistered heels to heal (I used to hate flip-flops for some unknown reason – now I love them) and I went on a boat trip to see […]

Jan
27

Reaching the top of Cerro Guanaco – Tierra del Fuego National Park

I had been walking steeply uphill in the forest for what felt like forever when I reached the valley and the tree line. I was in a slightly worse shape than I had feared; the climbing sure had taken its toll on my body, so the flat areas unfolding in front of me where like […]

Jan
21

Snaps from a plane ride: Buenos Aires – Ushuaia

It’s less than 24 hours since I arrived in Argentina when I board the plane that will take me all the way down from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia. El fin del Mundo, the end of the world, the southernmost city on the planet (depending on what you define as a city, Chile has a tiny […]