Hotel Diego de Almagro Concepcion
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Today we spent a full day at sea. At 9 am there was a meeting on deck for people who are interested in bird watching . There were three scientists from the Arctic team. They told us what birds were flying around the ship and what we would see in the next few days. We saw some very nice birds including albatrosses. When Leonie went back to the deck later this afternoon , one of ...
... for doubting him. Oops.
Dietrich and I did the wandering thing again, this time only for 2 hours from 7 until 9 AM. We slept all day once we found a place, ate hot dogs when we woke up, and bought phone chargers.
I bought some apples and Limón Soda too.
We went to sleep and got on a bus to Pucón the next morning. That's all I have to say about that.
... explained that children were tethered to their stations to stop them getting disorientated and lost in the absolute darkness off the labyrinthine pit.
The guide was particularly attentive to us as we explained where we came from and the social problems pit closures had caused in Britain.
In one part of the mine the way was through water. It seemed strange to think we were not only below ground but under the sea in an ...
The flat was right in the heart of the city but the streets were empty, bar packs of dogs. The shops, petrol station and restaurants were all closed. Down in the "Zona Pubs" near the railway station, we found a single corner café open. We asked what food there was and it seemed everything involved chips. Inside the TV played 1980s hits such as Depeche Mode, Erasure and Yazoo. It reminded Joan of her time in Manchester ...
We've done quite a lot since our last blog post, but unfortunately Rose is no longer with us. Don't worry-she's not dead. She's just gone to do some fun volunteering. The iguazu falls were breathtaking, and we were really surprised by how different they looked from each view point (there were many). The wildlife in the Parc Nacional Iguazu was also really cool; we saw Capybaras, Caimans, raccoons and loads of ...