Ushuaia is known as being the “End of the World” and the southernmost city in the world. So where is it?
This video gives you a look at not only where Ushuaia is in the world, but also what it is like during summer days.
My journey here was long and slow. The bus was delayed 8 hours so instead of boarding at 7pm as expected, I boarded at 3am and we left at 3.40am in the morning. Terrible. I got no sleep until 5am in the morning as we were constantly told the bus would only be another couple of hours each time.
Lo que te voy a contar es algo que probablemente deberÃa haber dicho hace tiempo. No es que te va a afectar a tu vida en gran manera, o aun que te afecta. Pero sÃ, a mi me afecta a mi vida, y para mi los cambios que vienen serÃ¡n permanentes.
- El primer cambio es mudarme
- El segundo cambio requiere residencia permanente en la Argentina
- Y el Ãºltimo cambio es acerca de familia
Ushuaia base de JUCUM – el lugar a donde pronto me voy a mudar.
What I am about to tell you is something that I probably should have told you a while back. Not that it really affects your life in any way greatly, if at all. It does affect my life however, and for me the changes that it is about to bring will most certainly be permanent.
- The first of these changes involves moving
- The second change involves permanently residing in Argentina
- The final change is family
Ushuaia YWAM base – the place to which I will be moving soon.
It was the 11th of December that I boarded the bus heading to Rio Gallegos, the last city on mainland Argentina. My bus trip was about to take 16 hours before I got there, so there was plenty of time to think.
The entire trip to Ushuaia was something almost instantaneous. Although I had been trying to get down here for the last three months, it was only after a chat on the 10th with my YWAM base director, Jorge Rios, that this trip came about. So everything happened extra quickly, and by the end of the day I had purchased my tickets needed to get me to Ushuaia.
Ushuaia as seen from the plane while coming in to land.