Fueguino Hotel Patagonico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The Italian Glacier is a tidal glacier - it still reaches the sea. Romanche Glacier has a waterfall. Garibaldi was the last and biggest. Magnificent sights. There were gale force winds (again), causing 'willy-wars' (water spirals and spray). Although we didn't see any, the dolphins in the Beagle Channel are Commersons dolphin and mainly found in this area of South America.
The other Glaciers are : Italia, Francia, Alemania & Espana.
... 21C. Jealous!) The next morning we had a 15km out and back to an estancia that has a beachfront home to a colony of breeding King Penguins. King Penguins are just like the classic Emperor Penguins but a bit smaller. We arrived at 10:30 but the gates didn't open til 11. We sheltered behind a huge German Mercedes Lorry caravan, of which we have seen quite a few in Patagonia. We were quite disappointed that they didn't invite us in for a cup of tea like the French people did. ...
Being a little nervous of the infamous Drake Passage, before going to bed last night we both took a tablet to prevent motion sickness. Neither of us felt sick as the ship rolled around but today I have been so very tired (? Side effect from phenergan) but I guess that is better than vomiting as many people have. Actually the seas are not as bad as Norman and I expected. They have not put us off our meals ...
... who is anxious to get going. We chat with him briefly and then head into the Hotel Albatross to wait for our meeting time. Others soon join us and we patiently wait to be counted and taken to the ship.
While we’re waiting we meet Heidi and Rolf, two Canadians by way of Switzerland 50 years ago. They are delightful as we talk about traveling and Alaska and the Yukon. Finally, the One Ocean reps come in and they begin checking our ...
... the ship’s flags, blowing around 110 km/hour (70 mph). The captain advised that the winds were close to the maximum at which the ship could safely operate in a docking maneuver (the port had no tugs to assist). Shortly, we learned that the port was closed because of the wind. A cargo ship was in the berth we were going to use. It could not leave and we could not enter and the wind blew. It was a long, slow day. The scenery was ...