Aires del beagle apart hotel
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... camp spots in rodeo grounds, bus shelters and bakeries, the King Penguins on Tierra del Fuego, and managing to find our pump adapter in the middle of four kilometres of ripio. Patagonia, and in particular the Carretera Austral, served up many a highlight on the bike to rank alongside the Salar de Uyuni as the best we've ever had. And at the end of all this we got to Ushuaia, a town surrounded by snow capped peaks and sea (which would have appeared amazing if we hadn't just ...
... in our competitive enthusiasm to raft up and look at the sights. Pam and Dan proved to be ardent twitchers with excellent binoculars which made the black necked swans, ducks with bright orange bills and ornamental grebes seem quite close. Then along came our pet sea lion at which point my camera battery died.... The sea lion swam popped up and down beside us as we paddled, but we said goodbye as we did a short portage to catch our Level ...
... find a new squat. Coca assured me that no one minded being photographed so the camera got rolling on these fabulous homes.
After we split from Coca we visited the jail museum which the first building in Ushuaia as the town was a penal colony and the convicts constructed the early town buildings. This was a way to get the area occupied so they could remove the British and not cede land to Chile! The British then established a colony in the Falkland Islands.
... of us quite a while to get off. The chap on the gangway missed the rope so we had to turn round and come in again. It was very hairy but luckily there were no accidents. There is a strict procedure for getting in and out of the zodiacs which must be followed. After lunch we navigated south to the Dryglanski Fjiord which was named after Professor Erich van Dryglanski's expedition in 1901-03. The Fjiord is 140 km long. It was lined with snow covered mountain peaks which rise to ...
... and Oates, Foreigner, Genesis, Simply Red, Madonna, Talking Heads, and The Police. Santiago was kicking out the jams, and when my ears pricked up to the opening synthesizer/guitar riff (with a hint of A-Team in it) on the opening of Easy Lover by Philip Bailey and Phil Collins, Chile was really starting to put the moves on me.
But then Kokomo broke the groove, and after I recalled how as a kid I wondered why the hell John Stamos was playing drums for the ...