Hotel Rey Don Felipe
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
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In and out as the only things we saw were reception, shower and bed
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So the ungodly hour of 3:30 arrived far too quickly and I was soon ensconced in a taxi headed towards the Santiago airport and my 6:00 a.m. flight to Punta Arenas. The flight was uneventful and I arrived on time at 9:15 a.m.
The folks from Antarctica XXI were there to meet me to take me to the hotel for the night. If we got the go ahead …
... island Tierra del Fuego and crossing the Strait of Magellan to Punta Delgada. The most tedious part of the trip were the long waits for passport processing at the border and the ferry crossing. Although during the ride we were treated to a pack of three orcas clearly having fun racing the ferry through the choppy waters. ...
... people, it was definitely worth it. After the hour on the island was up, we rushed back to board the ridiculous half boat. Because of all of the CNN videos about the Korean passenger ferry, I became increasingly worried that the boat would tip over if all the people were only on one side of it. I also almost failed physics, as my mom pointed out, which I guess was supposed to calm me down. Either way, I found a seat with a window this time and settled down to ...
... I will get.
Around lunch time, as the captain warned us, we entered the open sea (the Pacific) and it became even more rocky! Walking in the dining hall holding a plate for lunch was rather interesting, and a challenge. I did not mind this at all and found it kind of comfortable if I'm sitting on the couch or lying in bed. Fortunately Bob is also not affected by it either. He ate a light lunch, with pasta and bread which ...
... show my first glimpse of llamas in a few farms. That was my first indication that we're venturing into rural Chile and out of civilization. We drove into the town. It kind of reminded me of Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco. When we got out of the taxi, the air definitely smelled fishy.
Ruby and I got out of our taxi and was about to open the front door of the hostel. Out of nowhere, a guy opened ...