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... as good as I remember in our last trip, we will have to bring some more of those home with us! We came back to the hotel for a siesta and headed out again after 9 to Dickens Pub to get a bite to eat and see a local jazz group play. We had hamburgers which were good and paid a $50 cover charge for the show. The music was excellent - 2 guitar players, a drummer and a vocalist. They played some local folk music and enjoyed it very much. One of the ...
... with several different kinds of fish, and a white salmon dish with potatoes and a cream sauce - they said it was all delicious. We drove some more, to the point of a road that jutted into the water. A statue of Christ overlooking the port, and a large beach with many sea lions sunning themselves. We headed back to the hotel with a quick stop at Manolo to pick up some churros - dulce de leche, chocolate and a vanilla cream flavour - all good, but the dulce de leche beat ...
... of small plates, and it was good. We then walked the length of the main beach/boardwalk back to our hotel for a siesta. It was very windy and cool by the beach. Around 9pm we headed out to a restaurant that Martin had researched. It was nicer out for walking, not much wind, but still cool. That restaurant was full, but the doorman recommended a different place a few blocks away. We walked there and got a table quickly. Cecilia and Joel ordered beer, ...
This has been a wind down day with general relaxing and exchanging addresses. At the 0745 wake up call it was already 25 degrees so the days are definitely getting warmer. It is now time to pack away the cold weather clothes and brace for high temperatures. One particular presentation today was really inspiring. It was an honour to listen to Laurie Dexter, the team historian, talk about the first group to walk/ski across the Arctic. ...
... hard sand. Apart from that there are two restaurants and a row of interesting houses across the road; one looks like a mosque complete with blue dome, another has an all glass front, the next looks like it belongs in the French countryside. Like Comodoro, the town is nestled in these big dirt hills. Maybe this is to keep out the wind because it really blows here. Really really blows.
Not finding an open restaurant we bus back to Comodoro, where we couldn't ...