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... after the briefing that explained the South Shetland landing sites as they all look as though they have great potential for a paddle…. weather permitting.Woken this morning at 5am to a long slow roll, the challenge of staying bed seemed greater than the benefit so we got up. The ship stopped and started engines and we were wondering what was going on. It turned out that the Captain was adjusting the ballast to put the ship on a list to reduce the rolling but ...
... huge tub. Carbo loading? A bit of a rush the next morning as we couldn't find out for definite where the ferry port was! Our fail safe method was to cycle to the sea then follow it all the way around the city until we found the boat. A bit of a long way, but it worked, and gave us nice views of the reasonable sea front with cycle paths and parks. A huge modern car ferry took us across the Magellan Strait to the Chilean town of Porvenir on Tierra del Fuego. I presumed Tierra ...
... his name, it was later discovered that charts made more than a century earlier included the strait, dubbing the land it cut through as Cola Dragon, or Dragon's Tail.) Having started out with five ships and 270 men in 1519 on a mission to reach the Spice Islands (Indonesia), one ship with 18 men returned to Spain in 1522 after circumnavigating the globe, many crew members dying while crossing the Pacific as scurvy and starvation decimated their numbers during ...
... able to take on sufficient fuel to continue to the Falklands. Thus, we “stopped” off the Chilean port and admired the beauty of a sunset over the mountains of Tierra del Fuego.
On January 22nd, the weather was cold and sunny as we headed eastward towards Port Stanley. I took the opportunity to photograph some of the birds following us. I was told that I originally planned to include too many bird photos in ...
... actually children and teenagers among the passengers.
We settle into our “suite” (as this ship describes all its accommodations) and our “butler” comes to introduce herself. Anything we might want or need, just call she tells us. Kevin & Megan stop by and we decide that afternoon tea would be nice. We call and wait. And wait, the tea never did ...