Fueguino Hotel Patagonico
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we all got in line to follow Richard through a brash ice area. Quite tricky as one cannot paddle on chunks of ice and it is tough to steer without momentum. Needless to say we went off course and despite me berating Wayne’s lack of steerage we made it through without being tipped over by the odd larger vagrant chunks of ice. Gob smacked would be a good word to describe everyone by the end of the afternoon. ...
... not 52 pounds this time) for a starter and a Gunacho stew for mains. Pretty tasty! Despite the legendary taxi driver saying he would pick me up at 11 to take me to the airport, I wasn't sure whether to trust him, especially as I didn't have any change to tip him with! So I booked a different taxi, eventually convincing the guy that the bike would only fit in if he took the seats out, magic! At the airport the check in allowance was a normal 20kg with no ...
... for those spots. Lunch was served buffet style. I didn't eat too much lunch as I was feeling the motion of the boat and took a gravol to help keep the food down. Breakfast unfortunately wasn't so lucky, if you know what I mean. I guess it's all part of the deal considering I've never been in the open ocean like this for an extended period of time. The Yangtze River cruise in July was definitely nice and calm and the boat hardly rocked at all so ...
... largest swell was 7m, they,re hitting the ship at an angle across the bow so we rise up roll one way and back, and then slam down with a thump, on and on! There,s some fairly green looking people around on day 1. The hotel manager, Petula Clarke, tells us its the worst day she,s had this season on any Drake crossing. Mind you she never gets sick! I manage lunch which is very nice, 3 courses, and dinner, again three courses, no weight loss on ...
... in such close proximity. Our first day was a trip to several islands, inhabited by seabirds and sea lions. Our informative boat guide told us about the history of both the canal and the individual islands within it. There are lots of small islands in the canal, each with their own unique wildlife and plants. We passed islands full of sea birds initially and then jumped off the boat for a short hike on one of the larger islands. The scenery is dominated ...