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... is likely you will observe that the computers being used still have floppy disk drives, you will be concerned. The English speaker will indicate he has your parcel but that he cannot relinquish it until you have completed some documents. He will ask you to wait outside, promising he will be out shortly with the documents, which he will help you complete. After about 45 minutes of waiting outside you will conclude the documents and help are not going to materialise. If ...
... store room, sleep in his basement gymnasium and cook in his covered and heated patio. It was an amazing place! 2 Uruguayans on a motorbike and 3 cyclists from Germany were also staying there, they had taken a rest day and done a days work in the bakery! I was very jealous, that sounded like fun! Sadly we had already booked our hotel for Ushuaia though so left early the next morning, after a few more pastries for breakfast of course! So. The final day of riding! How exciting! ...
... people doing Dolphin Watch type, went on 'Cougarline' launches very like 'Sounds Exciting'.One of the crew that Keith spoke with on deck said it is the nicest day in Ushuaia in the 9 or 10 trips he had been there. Out into the Beagle channel again in the evening.
Today was the Bade family day with streets named 9 July and 12 October!!!
... Lunch at 12:30 pm, Dinner at 7:30 pm. In order to reduce waste we can order dinner at lunch so the kitchen knows what to cook. The ship has no internet connection, but we can use a personalized email account for $30.
Jaoa hands the microphone over to Dr. Tom, an emergency MD from the UK. He’s just plain giddy because after a career in medicine and traveling, he is retiring after this voyage. He reminds us to keep our hands clean, to ...
... to sample lamb empanadas, the local beer and a fresh-made alfajor (the sweet dulce de leche-filled biscuit). After all, who knew if the busses would get us back to the ship before real hunger set in? We later stopped along the channel at Argentina’s Fin del Mundo (End of the World) post office. Tiny as it was, it was packed with tourists sending letters and postcards with commemorative stamps and postmarks. Once in Ushuaia again, we ...