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... significant financial outlay. I didn't even bother trying to get a bow and black in the local pub, they had no idea about modern day Wales. In addition to the Welshing, we also took an excursion to Peninsula Valdes. Sea Lions, Pingu and Free Willy were on the cast list. We saw many a sea lion, enough of the Pingu but unfortunately there was no sighting of Free Willy*. This despite me running along a piece of rock with one arm in the air shouting go willy go*. I even ...
... of “BaseA” and it’s preservation. Luckily the talk went on long enough for the winds to abate and we all made the two landing sites in four groups. Our Gentoo Group were the second stage so we were happy the weather co-operated. The base is in a 50s time wrap which made us feel like museum worthy artifacts. We joined the crowd and sent a post cards, one to Thorin and one to Beryl and Graham though it may be weeks before they ...
... to sort out ready for the important filming in Stanley. We set sail at around 7.15 on our way to Stanley where we expect to dock around 9.00 am. 25th February Up at 6.00 after a calm day and night. Breakfast was at 7.30. Coaches arrived to pick us up from the ship at 9.00 to take us into Stanley where we walked along the front passing the War Memorial and "Thatcher Drive" and the sculpture of Margaret Thatcher. We went to the cathedral and then on to the Parish Hall where we had ...
... temperatures, wind (while riding on Saturday), cloud, and last night some rain just to cool things off more. Just as well we have wool leggings, wool neck scarves, gloves and rain jackets and the hostel is continuously heated with gas! You only have to look out the window to the peaks around Ushuaia to see the snow. Ski gear would be a good idea and forget the sun tan, although some of the locals think it is hot and walk around in t shirts!
After unpacking the suitcase and a first safety drill on board, we are ready for our ten day journey to the Antarctic. First we will pass the Drake Passage. This will take 2 days...
Ushuaia and Beagle Channel en route Drake Passage:
By Peter W. Damisch, Historian, General Naturalist, Cartographer, Master MarinerCoordinates: 54º 55’ S, 067º 12' W, Air Temperature: 9°C, Pressure: 997 hPa.
This morning in Ushuaia was ‘brochure ...