El Viejo Lobo De Mar
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... Crossing the border into Bolivia and Copacabana felt like riding into a different world of tourists, backpackers, bars and restaurants, but it provided no hint of the absolute madness to come in La Paz and El Alto. For so long, we rode along the altiplano - hot, shadeless and consistently above 3,800 metres. Often barren, flat and featureless, it also served up some incredible canyon country, and four 4,000 metre climbs in one day, as we rode to Tupiza. Absolutely unforgettable was ...
... 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 ...
... coordinator Jimmy - great story teller & marine biologist Adrian - from Broome is the Penguin & bird man All these 4 guys were on our trip to the Arctic in Sept 2012 Laurie - Historian the fabulous story teller. Channel 8 on TV for talks in lounge if too sea sick to attend Deck 5 is the Bridge Deck 4 outer deck & ibrary Deck 3, our cabin 301; dining room & lectures Deck 2 zodiacs & ...
After three days at sea and 1,540 miles we have awoken in Ushuaia. Disembarked the ship around 9:30. The outside temperature a very overcast and high of 47 degrees on this February summer day. Everyone, including the locals wearing jackets and sweatshirts. Not a good place to sell swimming suits.
Thanks for the Face time this morning Alex. You lucked ...
... and some other interesting sites. The town boasts a rather large and flashy casino, the Spanish must like to gamble.
When we were looking at some of the markets in the square we ran into some of the people from the cruise. We decided to go for a coffee and once again ran into more people. We shared a coffee with Sally, Mike and Robyn. Andy was at the dentist because he had developed an abysses on his gum whilst on the ship. They are ...