El Viejo Lobo De Mar
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... The first
was a tiny museum about the native people called Yagan. The second was much
larger and dearer but very well set out covering the whole history of the
region with life size dioramas. You were given an MP3 player with English
commentary at set stops which was very well organised. We met our fellow
tourist for dinner but had to first do a good Samaritan act. As we arrived at
our meeting point and waved hello to our friend this elderly ...
... it has to offer. A boat trip on the beagle channel, beaver spotting, trekking, kayaking and 4x4 off road adventure. It was lots of fun!! Plus, the company we did most of it always brought wine for after the the adventure activities, which must have been to either warm us up in the cold or to bribe everyone for good trip advisor reviews - it worked we were very merry :)
Anyway, it's Patagonia, so we will let the pictures do the talking this time!
... 8211; lots of research to come up with plan B.
Looked a restaurant prices for king crab (centolla), the
local speciality, but at £10 a pop, looked for a fish market – none and the
fish shop closed for siesta but the hostel owner used to be a fisherman &
happened to have some stashed so forked out £5 for a very good portion, cooked
up with lemon, butter, cilantro & garlic – yummy! For afters had a nice
Beagle cream stout.
... the gauchos on their horses.
When the herd finally passed, we turned around to witness what looked like a sea of sheep behind us one last time and then continued on our way. Dr. Vex, with Jonathan at the wheel and me navigating, crossed the Strait by way of the ferry, before heading due south for a good eighty kilometers on a dirt road, from the northern tip of Tierra Del Fuego Island, in search of a king penguin colony we had heard lives on the shores of Bahía ...
... to get dinner after putting our things down, and explored the small town a bit. Maybe it was just the contrast to the heat of Santiago, but the crisp, cold, and dark streets of Ushuaia, broken occasionally by a bright window with red-nosed tourists wining and dining put us in mind of a Christmas town.
The next day, we woke up early to plan out the next few days and make some errands. We had a similar but not as prolonged experience with buying ...