Hotel Canal Beagle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... salt through a nasal tube. A White-chinned Petrel was seen this afternoon and is quite rare!! This afternoon should be calmer sailing and I'll try to take some steadier photos then. Trying to capture one on film as the ship goes up and down is proving to be an impossible feat. lol I guess digital is good for that - delete, delete, delete. Lunch was another adventure - the first glass of a lovely Merlot made it's way across the table and came to a stop all over a poor ...
... pastries! Whilst Nadine and I selected our treats, Matt was approached by a member of staff who swiftly took him off into the kitchen! When he returned he said the nice lady has said we could stay in the bakery! We had heard one cyclist mention this, but had dismissed it a bit. It turns out the guy who owns the bakery, Emilio, loves cyclists so set up a 'casa de ciclistas' in his home out of the back of the bakery. We could keep the bikes in a huge garage, use a hot shower ...
... Channel, this enchanting city of around 60,000 inhabitants boasts spectacular mountain scenery, glaciers, channels, islands and bays with an abundance of resilient flora and magnificent wildlife. We settled in for a few days to soak up the atmosphere and explore the town and surrounds. The now familiar grid pattern streets display an array of interesting historic architecture, mostly wooden, and the Main Street is ...
... the white man's belief that "private" property is a sacred right, despite the "property" being inhabited for thousands of years by indigenous groups before anyone even considered land a commodity to be bought and sold. But Luciano Benetton isn't alone. Ted Turner is apparently the biggest landowner in Argentina with some two million acres that just so happen to sit on one of the planet’s largest underground sources of fresh water. I don't think you'd lose ...
... there,s many stairs and a nice young Swiss woman looking after it, she,s come off a sailing boat that does tours with smaller groups to Antarctica, where she works as a general help on the boat. She gives me some help orienting to the place, then I go out for some lunch, nachos locally, where I again meet another Australian couple travelling around South America. I have a look around Ushuaia before heading back to the hostel for a rest. Ushuaia,s ...