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... I will get.
Around lunch time, as the captain warned us, we entered the open sea (the Pacific) and it became even more rocky! Walking in the dining hall holding a plate for lunch was rather interesting, and a challenge. I did not mind this at all and found it kind of comfortable if I'm sitting on the couch or lying in bed. Fortunately Bob is also not affected by it either. He ate a light lunch, with pasta and bread which ...
... park near Punta Arenas. These last few days have felt like a complete waste because I’ve not actually been able to see anything, or get anything done. I’ve just been coming up with tentative plans for the possibility of things working out a certain way. I’ll be really happy to figure out for sure what we’re going to do so I can get organized. And right now I have no idea what’s happening after ...
Contrary to the earlier forecast, today was showery, cold
and windy so despite my noisy neighbour having the telly too loud and waking me
yet again, despite having been told, I loitered in bed.
Didn’t have to be at the museum until 11.30 but
unfortunately this was a stupid earliest arrival time and not earliest
departure time so had to hang around for over an hour.
Finally we headed off the ...
... We'll see how that goes... For the most part, food in Argentina and Chile has been good (and abundant). There is a lot of beef (cheap!) but now we are experiencing a lot more seafood as we get to the coast. Vegetables are harder to come by. If you order a salad, expect a large heap of shredded carrots, some tomatoes, and maybe avocado or eggs. There is mainly pumpkin, potato, rice and fries as sides. The items are very literal. If you order ...
... we went in and stood at the back while they sang Abide With Me. There were 5 in the congregation. It is a wooden church, very simply decorated. We didn't stay long.
Then we walked down a wide main street, Christopher Columbus Ave to the waterfront. Here was a very large memorial, only recently opened, dedicated to Magellan and pioneer seamen who had opened up this area. We could see, at docks further along, some sailing ships so ...