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... distinguished by a splash of yellow colouring and one solitary king penguin.
He was much higher than the others, about 1.2 meters and had a bright orange patch over one eye and yellow ruffles at the top of his chest.
An inspiring sight.
The island was full of noise, with penguins cawing, young screeching and shea birds calling in the mix.
We were lucky to arrive when we did as it was breeding season and we caught sight of a couple of baby penguins with ...
... on. The Universe is conspiring to help us get to Ushuaia tonight!
Paso Garibaldi is very impressive. Although there is no snowfall the wind at the summit is blowing clouds of snowdust on the road. It's not really dangerous as long as you drive slowly and carefully but I can imagine that in a snowstorm the situation would be very different!
Right around midnight ...
... and strolled through alpine trees.
I am going on a boat trip tomorrow; we unfortunately cannot go far because of strong winds which can blow down Beagle channel. We crossed Magellan straits as well on a ferry to get to Terra del Fuego island. For those of you who know your early explorers, both of these bodies of water bear meaning.
The Tierra del Fuego national park is 12km from town and I plan to rent a ...
... other (south) side of the Beagle Channel from here actually is further south. Who’s to take away the belief anyway. Ushuaia is quite a place. Much of it revolves around its marine connections being a busy port as well as having a Argentine Navy base here. There are more shipping containers stacked on its foreshore than you can shake a cargo crane at, it enjoys so called duty free status to encourage investment and development and for such a remote city has a surprisingly ...
... It’s basically a Chicken Schnitzel with bacon, cheese, tomato and a fried egg on top. It was really delicious, but something I could easily make at home.
For dessert, Guido suggested I try a very traditional Argentinian dessert of Cheese and Sweet Potato. It’s basically a piece of cheese, with a slice of sweet potato jelly/jam on top. It was way too heavy after my massive meal, but tasted okay. It’s very much like ...
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