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Argentina, the second time around! Okay, now that I've gone to great, long-winded lengths to describe Antarctica in such painstaking and inconceivable detail, well, I think I'm kind of going to speed through Argentina, glossing over a lot of it and just focusing on the important things, such as meat (i.e. steak) and feet (i.e. hiking).
... pursued him
relentlessly, making unnecessary trips to the back to harass him, even
searching the area around his seat when he was off the bus, trying to find suspected
concealed cash – the didn’t X-ray or frisk people, only baggage, so not that
hard to hide. Even when he had disembarked, the nearby passengers were grilled
to see if we knew anything. Have experienced corrupt bus drivers parcelling out
cigarettes to passengers to smuggle for ...
... mode with nothing to do until landing time,that I ring my bell.The head stewardess,Patricia (always genuinely call them by name,it does wonders and of course,smile) comes over to me and I tell her of my dilemma,she understands completely and says that she will inform the captain.Ten minutes later she comes back to relay the results.The Captain has contacted ground control at Buenos Aires and has let them know of my situation,they say that they will make sure someone is waiting ...
... the Tierra del Fuego national park for some lite hiking and to search for beavers. We boarded the minibus and entered the national park, we were told we would pay our entrance fee on the way out. There are a few walks in the park but not all of them can be done in one day, we had chosen our routes we wanted to walk but unfortunately we had a mandatory stop for 40 mins to take pictures before we would be dropped off at our desired location. We started the first loop of ...
We arrived in Ushuaia early this morning. It has been a great trip and we have seen some amazing sites. We left the Port feeling quite sad that this part of the trip was over. It was a hefty hike with our luggage up 5 blocks to our accommodation. Lucky for us they let us check in early to our room. We spent some ...