Hotel Las Lengas
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... near the top of the hill/mountain, we took a guided boat tour of the channel. This included visiting some small islands with two different types of sea lions, many types of birds and the remains of the campsites used by the indigenous people in this area, the Yamana. The day we were on the boat it was 6 degrees and windy. Everyone in our group was wearing at least 3 layers plus toques and gloves. Somehow, these people survived in their canoes completely naked! Probably the ...
... durability and the lifespan and it is the same with clothes.If friends ask me to see my travel photographs,they will say “Christ Nick,you must have gone to over twenty countries last year?” when it may actually have been five but I am still wearing the same clothes as I did four years ago and trust me most of my clothes are a lot older than that.
My wife on the other hand and perhaps like many other women and actually that would be incorrect to say that ...
... for forays to the Antarctic. Originally established as a penal colony in the 1880s, the town is located on the north shore of the Beagle Channel. You can fly direct from Buenos Aires or arrive by long-distance bus, as we did. So now you know. But Ushuaia is perhaps best recognised back home as the base for the Argentinian naval fleet during the 1982 Falklands War (it's best not to mention the F-word down here as everywhere we went we witnessed a strong sense ...
... park was created in 1960 with the intention of protecting 170,277 acres (68,909 hectares) of land. The park is located in the southwest, bordering Chile. We reach Encinada Bay Inlet, part of the Beagle Channel. A cool breeze ruffles our jackets as we disembark the bus. It’s cold enough that we make sure our zippers are zipped and our jacket hoods are up. We get a gander at the inlet and stare openmouthed at its loveliness. ...
... agricultural check and headed for our bus. Most of the passengers on our plane were with a Tauck tour group and they had their own buses for transfer. We got on a bus, there were about 14 of us on the large bus and we were the only English speakers on the bus. The guide gave all information in both French and English. Since we had a delayed take off there was no time for a tour of the park, but did learn ...