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... t resist the lapis lazuli penguin which will join my jade kiwi when I return home, hopefully intact. The penguin that is! New Year's Eve required shower, an attempt at coiffeuring the hair and a 'posh' outfit . The group are surprised at my evening attire that appears from my now reduced to 13.5 kg pack. I must be getting better at this travelling light lark! We had opted for the $60 rather than the $100 meal with drinks included for New Year but were pleasantly surprised ...
... have believed i would be able to get that close to so many penguins. You could reach out snd touch them if you were allowed to. All there waddling around, preening each other, going into their nests dug into the ground. All the couples together, many with their furry babies. All kinds of penguin activities. And such noises honking sounding much like geese. Will send more pics later. Want to get out while have ...
... this area for Chile). It was pretty interesting seeing the life sized replicas, seeing where people slept & the weapons they used. We headed back into town and just as we finished eating we heard car horns, shouting etc. I thought it might be a demonstration but it turned out to be the end of football season in Chile. Universidad from Santiago had won the league ...
... hours to the very north of the island and took a short 30 minute ferry crossing back to the mainland. The landscape is pretty bleak in this part of the world, but we did see guanacos, ņandus and foxes.
On the 2 hour drive back to Punta Arenas, we stopped at the oldest sheep estate in the area. After land division in '70s to workers, it was abandoned and now lies in ruins. We made it back to Betty's at 9.30pm, but being this far south it was still light.
... distance – they seem
to be double the Galapagos and 1.5 Magellans tall!
Finally a species where the female is as pretty as the male,
equality at last – even the ranger needs to get really close to tell. Very
quiet as well, but their season is running about 3 months late apparently so
only just moulting and none of the noisy courting malarkey going on just yet.
The spot they picked is in ...