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... less of a 'Towie' style fly on the wall documentary with its contrived situational 'humour' and more a substantive travel guide about the places we visit. Indeed for some of the more purist travel bloggers this is the way a travel blog should be composed, although we feel this type of content is mainly of interest to ardent tourists and for sure tourists and travellers are hugely different beasts. So if you read one of the ensuing blogs and you ...
... br> [Sea days are like holidays, it’s tough to meet an artificial deadline when there is always tomorrow available. It’s now late in the morning of January 25th and I’m still writing what I thought I would have finished yesterday. The fog remained with us all of yesterday, but was gone this morning. In expectation of warmer weather, many of us are wearing short-sleeve shirts for the first time in nearly two weeks. ...
... still houses a couple of research stations (although a Chilean one was buried during the last major eruption in the early 90’s) and the ramshackle remains of the Antarctic’s only land-based whale-processing plant, housed there because the bay is relatively sheltered.
But back to the polar plunge. Because this is a still-active volcano, when the tide is just right there is sometimes a small area of naturally hot water on the shore of the volcanic beach ...
... So we were delayed until further notice.
5:30 we went to the lecture on "Fitzroy, Darwin and The Beagle - the Voyages of Real Discovery". Again a very educational lecture interestingly given by Terry Bishop.
We were lucky to get a 6:30 dinner reservation at the Red Ginger again! At a shared table, we met 3 other couples and had a good time chatting. One couple was from Texas, the other from Westwood, MA, and the third from Chicago. ...
... looked at the “Government graffiti” on the walls and one sign in particular outside the port, translated…”English,Pirates Of The Seas,The Malvina's Are Ours” next to it was a large English Union Jack with a cross through it and it was no coincidence that it was outside the port as this is where all the tourist boats leave for their trips to the Beagle Channel,the Government wants the world to know its position.I took a moment or two to stand in ...