Hotel Best Western Finis Terrae
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we sailed through Paso Shoal and Summer Pass. Apparently, since leaving Punta Arenas yesterday, we were aiming to get here at high tide. We also sailed through very slowly with only a four foot clearance below us.
We sailed through the Sarmiento Channel this afternoon. ...
... life into so many departments that education has very little meaning, except in learning a particular technique or profession. Instead of awakening the integrated intelligence of the individual, education is encouraging him to conform to a pattern and so is hindering his comprehension of himself as a total process. To attempt to solve the many problems of existence at their respective levels, separated as they are into various categories, indicates an utter lack ...
... After viewing the Brazilian base, the Peruvian base and the Polish Base we performed a rescue. Eight Polish sailors on a sailing ship performing experiments had to be rescued by the Argentinians and had been taken to the Polish base. Their vessel was declared unseaworthy so we were called upon to rescue them and transport them to the Falkland Islands. What a great trip, perfect weather and a rescue! Now we are heading for the Falkland ...
... a large town than a city. The central Plaza de Armes has as its centrepiece a statue of former governor Munoz Gamero. Touching his feet is supposed to ensure you return to Punta Arenas, whether its in this life or the next is unspecified! Theres quite a few craft stalls around the square selling alpaca wool products and various Patagonian local souvenirs, the wool sox look good! There,s some great trees in the square and around town, some ...
... the journey passed quickly. Initially we carved our ways through the Andes with a driver who seemed blissfully unaware that there was a hefty drop on one side as he drove 70 MPH plus on bumpy, dusty roads.
Once clear of the Andes it was the endless pampa, mainly flat and featureless with big skies and horizons. The frontier seemed to come in no time at all. The Chilean frontier police are very strict ...