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... of a shower and head back into Toluin to check out the La Union bakery which we have heard about from several sources. The bakery was full of people and had a huge array of cakes, breads, empanadas and cookies. We picked some to sample and hit the road south to Ushauia.
The drive south was along Lago Fagnano which provided stunning scenery especially as we climbed into the mountains. The forest also grow much tall as the country side become more mountainous. ...
... also a bit of a port engine problem according to a friend who had been on the bridge ….. While Wayne caught 40 winks in the lecture lounge we were educated about the early explorers of Antarctica then he woke for a great talk about the penguins we will meet in the South Shetland Islands. Lunch was a bit of a zoo as most people now have their sea legs…..
All afternoon has been dedicated to the protocols and methods of getting us all on and off the ice ...
... the old prison and taking a boat trip on the Beagle Channel to see lots of birds, sea lions and penguins, this time little Magellanic penguins. A final day of faffing about trying to find a suitable bike box, packing and moving hotels once again in Ushuiaia before taking the bus back to Punta Arenas. This is where the fun and games of travelling with a bike began once again. Firstly the taxi that I'd ordered for 5:30 turned up on time, but refused to take the ...
... and I'm sure in Australia). I will be forever grateful to Martin for standing in for me and comforting my old dog when he slipped quietly into his final sleep. 18 Feb: Santiago > Buenos Aires > Ushaia Another day travelling and sitting waiting. We left Santiago on an international flight to Buenos Aires. It meant we had to be at the airport 2 hours before departure to go through customs then on arrival in Argentina the usual long queues for customs ...
... months without sighting land. The desperate crew resorted to eating sawdust, leather, rats and maggots in their fight for survival between South America and their first landing in the Pacific Islands. Magellan was killed fighting clever natives in the shallow waters off an island of the Philippines who aimed their spears at the unarmored legs of the Spaniards. The captain may have become an exotic meal as there are many accounts of cannibalism reported by Spanish ...