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... just fixed the ceiling’s painting…
It seems Belinda can see the smallest things in the house, but I can see the smallest things in the wild like a wooly mouse of the Andes or a hare in the forest. It’s a big puzzle of mankind!
Of course, before anyone gives me an explanation, it would make a lot of sense for our ancestors: the man needed to spot the game that he would bring home for dinner. Maybe it’s ...
... March 15th
Today we are at sea and travelling the Amalia to see the Amalia Glacier. There are alot of ice floes around the ship so it was a slow sail. Great scenery and able to get my walk in.
Sunday March 16th
At sea and the temperature is starting to get a wee bit warmer.
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... is beautifully restored and amazing inside. The city suffered with the opening of the Panama Canal in 1914, but saw a second resurgence in the 1940s with the discovery of oil. The town is now focused on domestic oil and natural gas production, fishing and tourism. It's well worth a visist. It's also the jumping off point for the Antartcic. In fact Ken Borek Air has a sub base here.
... temperature in Antarcitca... after no success with10 stops we decided to download an app on the iphone! It was 54 degrees with a wind chill of, you ready for this(?). 46. It felt cold since the day before it was 92 in Santiago.
We ate lunch in a very nice sea food restaurant. I had fresh scallops in a blue cheese sauce (amazing) and Gary had seafood chowder (amazing also). There is a tie between these two choices as to which was best!
... this one, there is a handicraft market. Lots of vendors were there, probably because they knew a cruise ship was in town, filled with tourists in search of souvenirs to take home. We bought some cute hats for the grand kids, and small things to give to our cabin attendants who are far away from their families at Christmas.
Then we climbed back on the shuttle, and made it back to the ship in ...