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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... April this year. I gave it a miss.One Volcano is enough for me. Half the volcano is owned by a farmer called Sergio. He suffered quite badly from the ash fall and Peter saw the remains of his farm buildings and his fields now covered in ash. He lost all his livestock. Peter said the path had dissappeared and so they had to forge a new path through burnt forests like pioneers. The volcano is still smoking so they couldn't get any closer than 600 metres from the top.
... them until 2 when we went to the talk on glaciers, volcanoes and earthquakes. After that it was nap time till 4, which was the beginning of happy hour, so we went up to the crows nest and joined the Bunnikins crew again for drinks. Then it was time for dinner!! Dinner was lovely, and for some reason our waiter insisted on us sharing a platter of king prawns during dinner (lamb shanks for me, beef for Tom) - they were ...
... to go to London,it is so cool,we love England!” Lots more laughter.
I then started to ask them more questions and slowly but surely all of them wanted to talk,it was fantastic.The teacher,who I thought was a pupil then joined me and we all had a little twenty minute English lesson in the middle of the museum.Many of the girls were shouting “I love you”,not because they did! but I guess because they hear it in movies and songs all the time.Next thing ...
... He now lives in Cape Town, South Africa where is wife is from. Martin our room steward is from the Philliphines. He's also a long timer with Princess (2001). He works 9 month contracts. When I asked him why 9 months he said only the Europeans get 6 month contracts. Interesting. Even though it seems like a long time away, people seem to like their jobs. As Boghdan said...no job is perfect.
... reggaeton dancer and a mariachi singer/telecommunications engineer. Both were very peculiar. Three Piscolas later, we ended up in California, dancing to disco music with the owner of Avis rent-a-car.
Meanwhile, the Murray-Sykes' made our way down to Punta Arenas for an up close and personal boat ride to see the Magellan penguins, followed by a very interesting discussion about the various animals and conditions found in those waters with the lovely fisherman ...