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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... because most men are now challenging women in their accumulation of things,has a wardrobe stuffed to breaking point with dresses,skirts,trousers,coats and God knows what else,so much so that the wardrobe rail has bent under the weight of it all,my five white work shirts and three ties are rammed to the side of the rail next to the wall gasping for air and below there are so many shoes,boots,slippers,flip-flops, that I could probably re-skin the cow it all came off and my ...
... so far south, so being Masters week at Augusta, we played the Southest (sic) Golf Course in the World! Well, I caddied, and photographed, the course whilst he complained about the graphite shafts on his rented clubs (Ed: and the constant camera clicks on my backswing from the paparazzi). For the record Phil carded 12 over, so missed the cut, just like that other Phil, Mickelson. And it was all going so well...until we heard about the transport strike. Which meant ...
... in afternoon, wanted to do blog, but failed. Ended up playing doors games again. Lesley (bosun) gets lots of headaches and migraines so wanted a massage, I said I was not cross enough, so at lunch time everyone tried pushing my buttons to see which one(s) would work! I guess after weeks and weeks living together they do no me by now, and they only do it because they like me. Unfortunately for them and me I'm getting ...
Another day in Ushuaia, but we had our ship debriefing today so the land part of the trip is coming to a close. Tomorrow at 1600 we ember and then at 1800 we leave and at MN we will be in open waters. The scopolamine patch goes on tonight. I would love to see how I react to the seas, but the medications work best if they have time to work prior to the illness-inducing motions.
Today I went to the Prison and Maritime museum ...
We found out something interesting about our ship the other day. Tony and Suzanne, our Iguazu falls traveling companions, were booked to go on this trip last year. Apparently about 5 days before they left they received a phone call from Silverseas. The Silver Explorer (the ship we are on now) had had some trouble on the Drake Passage. The waves were large enough to damage the bridge, injuring quite a few of the crew. ...
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