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... some waterfalls. The wind was really whipping through here for some reason and at points it was really difficult walking or standing.
The whole day for both of us was spent in the Park getting out to see sights or wildlife and stretching our legs for a hike. We got back to the boat quite late in the day. I got back at 6:00 and immediately hopped in the shower and Joe got back at 7:00. Dinner was at 7:30 and by the time we got back to our room at 9:00 we were both ready to crash. ...
... according to British expats that I have spoken to,than Brits themselves.Don't expect a warm welcome here,but that can also be said of the UK,just take the time to listen to any immigrant they will tell you how unwelcome they feel in the UK.Unfortunately some corners of the media will lead with headlines of “Stop taking our jobs” or “If you don't like it go home!” when actually the jobs that immigrants take in both Chile and the ...
... i sat around with the boys and ordered a pizza.
The boys watched a movie but I wasn't that keen so I saw what Thamar, Maarten and Brenda were doing and with Luke, we bought beers then went and partied at their hostelI learned a completely useless German sentence which is going to be funny when i meet some Germans. I learned the same in Dutch, French ...
... we came up with a new plan to see the highlights with no camping 'win win'. I delivered this information to Vicki promptly and we began planning and then getting really excited about our 'lady tour of Torres del Paine'. The plan was to head into the park at 7:30 then catch the catamaran across to the Grande Paine Refugio the beginning of the W trek, get in at 12:30 check in, dump our stuff and head straight down to Glacier Grey (8 hours round trip), stay at the Refugio ...
... it. Whatever, we were on it, and the view was breathtaking, and so was the wind – and unfortunately, as the days went by, also the smell from the toilets... turned out that the ship was not new, but just newly bought and in fact already 30 years old, having served under French and Mexican carriers before. No wonder the sewage system was down the moment we sailed away from Puerto Natales.
The best part was that they didn’t manage to finish the painting on the port side ...