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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).
... youngest amongst us was first in, followed in quick succession by Kevin and Claudia. I was left with no choice – and took the plunge! As it turns out, the Jacuzzi was filled with fresh rather than sea water and even covered in ice, didn’t seem as cold as I remembered the plunge into the Arctic to be! Still I have my certificate and the photos to prove I did it. I think that I can now safely say that my polar plunging days are behind me!!
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... good to see him. It’s hard to believe it’s been almost a year since I saw him back in Woodstock, and now we’re meeting up in Ushuaia, Argentina. It’s a crazy world we live it nowadays. It was also like a mini Christmas today because Ryan brought a few things for me from the States, so I got my new Google Nexus tablet, a charger for my watch, a cleaning kit for ...
... that I wasn’t able to get any pictures of them.
We stopped at a hostel that had a restaurant just at the border of Argentina to get something to eat. I was so excited since I hadn’t eaten at all yet. There was only an old man working and he was incredibly slow and seemed out of his depth dealing with 40 people from a bus all coming at once. I had to wait about 15 minutes before I could order something, so at ...
... which starts in Buenos Aires finishes, “The Road to the End of the World”! We walked along a wooden raised walkway for more scenic views.
We then went to Lapataia, a large lake surrounded by mountains which again was stunning. Nearby there was the Park Information Centre which we visited. Fletcher bought a T shirt there depicting rounding Cape Horn. It was pleasant just sitting outside looking at the beautiful views. Then it was back to the town. We had ...