Hotel Cap Polonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... of “BaseA” and it’s preservation. Luckily the talk went on long enough for the winds to abate and we all made the two landing sites in four groups. Our Gentoo Group were the second stage so we were happy the weather co-operated. The base is in a 50s time wrap which made us feel like museum worthy artifacts. We joined the crowd and sent a post cards, one to Thorin and one to Beryl and Graham though it may be weeks before they ...
... overcast so we didn't see the spectacular back drop of the town until the next day. It is completely surrounded by glacier capped mountains, a long seafront and islands in the distance, the pictures do not do the scene justice (especially with the lampposts and telegraph poles!). Today we spent the day walking through the Tierra del Fuego national park which was ...
... La Posta is also an avid motor biker. He met with a wee accident on his north south trip in 2011 so has two wrists and one leg in repair mode.
Monday we move to 'lo de Momo'. A motorcycle friendly hostal close to town centre and the cruise travel agents. Don unearthed this place on the web. We visited Sunday morning and paid for Monday and Tuesday. Lots of bikes and tents in the back yard. Should be good.
We now know we are in the deep ...
... and thought it was the prime time to have that whilst looking at the Irish weather outside. In the afternoon the weather cleared up enough for me to cycle into town again and collect a snow jacket that Sarah from Freestyle said she could lend me. Gustavo had already given me his sister's ski pants, fleece and glvoes, so I was all set for my trip.
I packed my bag, leaving a load of stuff behind that was not neccessary. I was going ...
... islands off the coast and icy mountains in the background. As the walk progresses, it becomes more muddy and there,s patches where its very difficult to avoid stepping in black sticky mud! There,s a bit of a glitch when I follow some other people off track accidentally. We all end up on a slope high above the channel, and no track in sight. Three young guys from USA and two German girls with me all bushwhacked in Tierra del Fuego! We all decide ...