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... has also spotted the impending disaster and little ***** Face and his mother are moved. To seats right beside the Country Bumpkins as it happens. They are made for each other.
As I mentioned there are great views from the plane of the Andes,the Southern Patagonian Ice Field and the Torres Del Paine National Park which we are visiting tomorrow. The skies are clear and we have fabulous views. We are lucky because even at this time of year which is the southern summer it ...
... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34);">25/01/2014 - Tiera del Fuego: Povnir & Ceasar Pinguins
We went to Tiera del Fuego, crossing Magallen sea by ferry. We saw many whales and a dolphin.
On the other side there is a settlement called Povnir. In the museum we heard the sad story of the natives there, called Selkman: first came here the ...
... famous and important Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan. It is said that Magellan was the first man to sail around the entire world but in truth it was his slave who was actually the first person to circumnavigate the Earth, Magellan was probably the second. Magellan was also a missionary and tried to convert as many of the indigenous peoples as he could along his travels, even if it ...
So last drive for the
trip today, we head to Punta Arenas and hopefully tomorrow we sell Dale! We have been told we can maybe get 5000$ for it, but we're a little skeptical at that amount, I mean he just drove 22000 kilometers.
This morning Riley went snowboarding for a while and I managed to find a place to get our
passports stamped, yes! End of the world and we now have it stamped in our passports. So ...
We finally got to see the penguins we missed four years ago. It was a very simple day. We boarded a bus that took us to a ferry. Two hours on the ferry brought us to Magdalena Island and penguins. Thousands of penguins!
The island is populated by Magellanic Penguins. They arrive here in November and leave by the end of March. Each couple lays one or two eggs. At the height of season, between parents, youth and babies, there can be over a quarter of a million penguins on ...