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... wandering to shore, or jogging. Then walked into the town and down the main shopping street. Punta del Este is known for its modern art sculptures. Back to the Port by a boardwalk. It was a very nice, but overcast day of 27C. The sun came out early afternoon and in the late afternoon a strong wind came up, causing the ship some problems getting the last of the tender/lifeboats aboard. Lovely sunset with 'Ropes of Maui'.
... to find out as much as I can about this so far intriguing introduction. It is clear from the outset that Lorena is going to take me through the official tour and not digress from the structure just because I was alone.This too indicated the level of professionalism in this set up. I was taken through a series of films whilst uniquely standing in a long dark tunnel which forced you to focus on what was being said instead of getting the camera out and ignoring the ...
... or emails coming through. In the whole 18 days away, we’d had no outside news, apart from news about the Christchurch earthquake on the second last day.
We took some good photos on the flight, being on the right side for the Argentine coast, and the mountains and lake at El Calafate.
We talked to a French woman beside Dianne, having trouble explaining that El Calafate is a prime destination, as it doesn’t look all that ...
... 8217; were the names in question. So now you know the reasons!
I have travelled the world several times over and know based on my skin colour, what a unique statistic I am. While I will go to whatever country I want to, in the back of my mind, a lingering thought is present. Be vigilant, trouble is never far. All I can do in this respect, is to not lose my composure. I wonder whether the basis of judging someone on their skin colour
will ever disappear?
... 8216;drifted away’. For the first time on my travels, I was totally alone. Not many fellow travellers on this route, no one to obscure my thoughts and nothing much to do.
Truthfully, I must confess that I felt very lonely. Whilst there was no urge to think of home, I was not comfortable. The last few days had been an eye opener and my mind constantly rolled onto recent memories. People in Buenos Aires were constantly in my mind. The good feelings from Heidi, Ben, ...