Hotel Canal Beagle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in this area were dressed in science casual. For those not familiar with science casual it is essentially casual clobber with a laboratory coat over the top. I can only assume that staff members thought these would offer protection* against an albeit unlikely anthrax attack. 8. Try and remain composed as the off duty science teacher hands you your package whilst advising you that she is unsure why it even ended up in customs. Look at it as a life experience and not a ...
... think after 20 days!
In the afternoon we had our first kayak briefing and learnt about the plans and what to expect how how to put on the kayaking dry suit.
I am feeling bright eyed and bushy tailed. Wayne is suffering! During his morning shower he put shampoo in his hand, the boat rolled and the whole glob flew into his mouth. After that things went downhill. Finally he succumbed to taking medication but it is still not a slam ...
... 8221; it to the room. We are given a receipt and then we settle up accounts when we leave.
Boris announces that in 10 minutes time we leave the dock, so if we want to watch the ropes being thrown and us getting under way, deck 7 would be the best place. Also, we are able to go onto the bridge any time, except for this evening since the pilot is onboard and too many people on the bridge could make getting us out of Ushuaia and into the ...
This day has been a long time coming! We had to meet at 15:30 so I had time to fill before then. I decided since I haven't done much physical activity the last few days that I would hike up to see the Camino al Glacier Martial. I left the hotel around 8 am and it took me about 2 hours to hike through the city and up the road to the starting point of the hikes. Once you get to the starting point, there is a chairlift that can take up part of the way to the glacier but it is no ...
... Malvinas son Argentinas.” After our ship left Ushuaia, we stopped in the Beagle Channel, several kilometers away from the Chilean town of Port Williams. This stop provided a final opportunity to view the sunset over the mountains, but was not done for the photographic opportunities. We could not take on a load of fuel in Argentina if our next destination was the Falklands. Only by creating the fiction that our next stop was in Chile was ...