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Well there is really nothing much to report from today other than the sun came back out. I spent the day working on some of my photos again and going over the kitty with the tour leader. One of my truck jobs for this leg of the trip is money whalleh meaning that I collect tips from the group to give to local guides and I also review the kitty with the local guide. I also assist with security on this leg of the ...
... backs were bubble feeding right in front of our group. As we got closer we rafted up to watch. Spectacular! Then two went behind our ‘raft’ and came up right beside Nick in the zodiac, he got a prize winning photo from that encounter. In the bay the whales just seemed to be cruising at the surface as we paddled around and checked out a large ice berg from a safe distance. Then the challenge was thrown ...
... til. Once we rounded the main headland the road turned East and we enjoyed a solid tailwind for the rest of the day. Flying along the ripio at an average of 25km an hour in the hilly coastal part then up to 30km as the ripio flattened out and headed inland. We stopped for lunch at a nice spot, which would have been ideal for camping, next to the sea with a babbling brook and good shelter from the wind. Nadine suggested filling up our water bladders for camping, but we still ...
Today I was signed up for a tour on the End of the World train and to the National Park. I walked two blocks to where I was picked up by the bus and we were taken to the End of the World train station. After purchasing our tickets, we loaded onto a train that travelled to the park, stopping once along the way at some waterfalls so we could take pictures. The End of the World train used to be a prisoner train. The prisoners would be taken from Ushuaia by train to cut wood ...
... and some other interesting sites. The town boasts a rather large and flashy casino, the Spanish must like to gamble.
When we were looking at some of the markets in the square we ran into some of the people from the cruise. We decided to go for a coffee and once again ran into more people. We shared a coffee with Sally, Mike and Robyn. Andy was at the dentist because he had developed an abysses on his gum whilst on the ship. They are ...