Hostal Del Bosque Apart Hotel
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You can tell by the abundance of Facebook posts that we made it successfully to our port of call! 48 hours of transit time together and we still like each other- this marriage business is a piece of cake. My guess is that Adam felt more like a husband BEFORE the wedding with all the wedding to do lists. We realized that if I continue to sleep when …
... only left on Saturdays) in order to catch and train some horses. All of Patagonia is very horse friendly and is there really a cooler way to travel? We continued to talk it out over beers at Frederick's but after finding our soccer ball stolen by one of his gaucho-kids the mood turned sour. He pretty much threw us out of his house, opening the slammed door again to grab another beer. An abrupt wake up call from the horse fantasy, we agreed some research needed to be ...
... they ran out). The Dolce was sort of a sweet potato "jelly". It was quite tasty, but extremely sweet. I guess the Queso would have cut the sweetness.
After lunch we wandered around outside while the many Alaskan Huskies that were penned up next to the restaurant were released and headed straight to the back of the restaurant for lamb bones.
We climbed back into our Land Rover and drove a little further on the main road, past the one downhill ski hill in the ...
... were out of here. Great!!!
We then made our way to the spot where we would start our canoe trip. Once there, we put on boots, water pants and life vest. Augustine gave some instruction how to sit in the canoe and how to paddle and then we got in and were off!
It was wonderful! It was just the three of us, and the stillness of nature. The canoeing was not that difficult….well….ok…. I had two burly guys doing most of the ...
Monday, February 11
Beagle Channel/Pia Glacier & Glacier Alley
Aboard the Stella Australis
We awoke to a grey foggy day. As I looked out our big window, I saw dolphins and seals go by! The ship was really moving. All around there were grey mountains in the distance. We were headed to the Beagle Channel, named for the ship that Darwin sailed on. He spent most of his time on that voyage in this area.
We navigated the main part of ...
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