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 ...
... This site was really penguins and seals sunbathing enjoying the balmy weather. We slithered and slid around in our kayaking gear before heading back to the ship.Our band of six once again dined together and then retired to the bar for “Liar’s Club” quizz night, Balderdash for the masses. I was a little tired so retired while the men downed Tequila on glacial ice rocks with lime!
... Naturally I took lots of photographs. It really was a stunning sight. The zodiacs took us back to the ship and we all got a little wet with the spray and it also sleeting slightly. Dinner at 7.30 and a sit in the lounge for a briefing on our landing at Grytviken the following morning. We actually had a good night's sleep as it was very calm. The ship sailed at around 7.00 pm on it's way to St. Andrews Bay. 1st March Breakfast was at 7.30. There was fresh snow on the mountains with lots ...
... tidy and the crew very nice and funny. And most important of all- the Bar has good wine and beer so this trip promisses to be great! =)
Captain Eric gave a welcome speach and the crew was presented. And in the evening we had our first of so many dinners on board..yummy yummy..dinner time is my favorite time!
The next day we had just perfect weather to sail through the Beagle channel. Sunny, 20 degrees, ...
... riding in 4 passenger Land Rovers, on very rough land of peat, hoping we didn't get stuck in the very thick mud. The bridges we passed over definitely wouldn’t pass U.S. standards. It was a very bumpy journey and well worth the ride. We also passed areas where they were still clearing mine fields from the Falklands War.
Going around Cape Horn Island was very picturesque. In Ushuaia, we took a ...