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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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Breakfast was........cornflakes, white bread, jam and cakes. Not quite my normal fare:(
Three hour bus journey to Puerto Natales went quickly with the 2 of us having lots of naps.
Small town on a lake with snow-covered mountains on the opposite shore. Walked along water's edge hoping for a beautiful sunset, instead there were dramatic black and grey clouds.
... Robert Scott, Roald Amundsen, Ernest Shackleton etc. spent time there loading up their ships before they headed off on their adventures, pretty cool to think how different it all must have been back then.
Eventually we made it to Parque Pinguino Rey. The icy wind was blowing pretty hard so we wrapped up as much as we could and loaded off the bus full of excitement to see the King Penguins. We could see them from a distance when we ...
... Now I have a nice big bruise. The pointed out several different flowers; one was a form of orchid. There were dandelions, violets and buttercups that are more familiar to us. Most of the trees were covered in a form of lichen. Coal mining had been done there in the past and the guide showed us an old ventilation shaft and an old entrance to a mine. Back at the lodge, we had hot chocolate and cake, then back on the bus and back to town and to the ship for a change of clothes ...
South from Puerto Montt I am once again dealing with Pantagonia weather, the "roaring forties", and I become a weather forecast obsessive in need of an intervention. I've got at least a half dozen weather forecast sources bookmarked on my computer, like weather underground and accuweather, sites I’ve named before in earlier flight blogs, in addition to a variety of aviation-specific forecast sites like AWC. The weather underground ...
... as a duty free zone, commerce and immigration has been further promoted.
On disembarking the ship, we wandered the central part of the city for a couple of hours. As with all South American cities, it was easy to find the Plaza de Armas which pinpoints the centre of the town. From there we came across the mansions and museums which showcase the port from its pioneer days to present time. The rooms that Ernest Shackleton worked from as ...