Hosteria Les Eclaireurs
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... biologist Natalie Prosser Goodall. Our guide,
Priscilia, showed us the museum but also the laboratory, storage room of all the bones and the place where she showed the process of cleaning the meat from the bones of the whales. The smell was not too bad!
After this we went quickly back to Ushuaia as other wise we are too late for bringing back the
car which should be delivered at 20.00 ...
... real world will not be the same. Opened the prom trad shop this afternoon, didn't get any volunteers the one I found wanted to wash her hair but my facial expressions seemed to make her change he mind. Then Kirsten and Stu helped out. I gave them both a challenge: Kirsten to sell a JST calendar: failed and Stu to sell postcards of tenacious: somehow managed to succeed! After dinner an iceberg with penguins! We are in ...
... been fine. Definitely a lot colder as you go south but still bearable for tent sleeping. Our first night in Ushuaia was a different story..it was freezing! The town is as far south as any roads in the worlds go and the last place to see the sun set each day, giving it the nickname "the end of the world". The town sits in the region of Tierra del Fuego meaning "land of fire". This was named after passing ships hundreds of years ago saw camp fires ...
... up and the rain cleared out.
We drove out to Lago Roca and picked up three inflatable canoes and gears for our trip. There we divided up and enjoyed a leisurely trip down the river towards the Beagle Channel. The river was very shallow and easy to navigate, even without a guide in our boat. The other two boats had guides who would occasionally point out features and wildlife. They all turned out to be very knowledgeable about the ...
... A part was being flown in to Ushuaia on Friday to repair the broken anchor winch, guests were informed. After spending a night aboard the ship in port, efforts to repair the winch failed Friday. Ortelius then canceled its voyage to await shipment of additional parts and mechanics.
Ortelius was able to rebook five passengers onto Akademik Ioffe: William, two Hungarian men, and a couple from Canada. William and I ...