Hotel Cap Polonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Conference facilities
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... hours. 9. Walk out of post office and commence perspiration. Anyway, we had the bank card and departed Buenos Aires on the next bus headed for a small coastal town called Villa Gesell, where we would camp for 3 nights. In the absence of Wifi we had time to ponder some serious life questions, like which piece of cutlery would you choose if you could only have one*. It's the fork. My mind was made up as I am shovelled frosties* from a saucepan into my mouth with the ...
... seas have now moderated from a 3-4 meter swell and Force 6 winds but one still always ‘one hand for the boat’ ie hold on to the railings. They have barf bags positioned all the way up the stair wells but as Drakes passage goes we are having a fairly benign crossing.
Ate dinner with two kiwis tonight and we are now going to tackle the internet and see if this can be posted. There will be no photographs until we return to the ...
... a little difficult. We leave the dining room, grab our coats and hats and make our way to deck 7 with several other passengers. While waiting I meet Marnie and Yvonne, who are traveling together for the first time. Small world time: Yvonne met Marnie’s daughter in Alice Springs, Australia, where they are teachers. Marnie and Yvonne have gotten to know each other and have become fast friends. We start talking about our travel schedule ...
... I found a map that showed the trails but when I started walking, there were no signs to indicate where the trail actually started. I took one route that looked like a trail, as opposed to the wider road like trail that also seemed to go in the same direction. I passed the upper lodge where the cable car finished and continued up the mountain. The sign deemed the trail difficult but I did not find it that hard at all. It also said it should take an hour one way but it ...
... able to take on sufficient fuel to continue to the Falklands. Thus, we “stopped” off the Chilean port and admired the beauty of a sunset over the mountains of Tierra del Fuego.
On January 22nd, the weather was cold and sunny as we headed eastward towards Port Stanley. I took the opportunity to photograph some of the birds following us. I was told that I originally planned to include too many bird photos in ...