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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Rachel for Christmas, ungrateful. From Villa Gesell we took a short bus journey to Mar del plata. Mardel, as the locals call it is described by some as the Argentinian Blackpool. I was struggling to notice any similarities until I stood in a piece of dog ****. We sunk a couple of cold ones and ate pizza before boarding the night bus to our first destination in Patagona, Puerto Madryn. Madryn was the first port of call for the good ship Mimosa*which ferried a group ...
... 8220;Allen, how good to see you!” and hugs him. Allen’s face does one of his WTH looks and then says “Yvonne, how good to see you!” She starts laughing as asks how he knew her name. Allen, sly dog that he is, let Yvonne pass in front of him on the staircase and he saw her nametag. So, we have a good chuckle and before we know it, the ropes have slipped away from the dock and the ship spins in the harbor. We’re off! ...
... a late lunch and then went to the meeting point where we were shuffled onto buses. The bus then drove us to the boat which wouldn't been more than a five minute walk. We boarded and my roommate and I found our cabin. I have decided to post the pictures of the interior of the ship on my blog posting for tomorrow at sea since I won't have many other pictures as I figure blue water won't be the most interesting thing to photograph. We are on the sixth floor on the port side of ...
... mile is normally on a chair lift, but it wasn´t working, so we walked up what in winter is the ski slope. We continued up, but got to the point where the path was too steep with slippery gravel, and I didn´t feel in adequate condition to safely be able to get back down....It was still beautiful to be so close ! We continue to be impressed by how nice people are here. Now we're about to head farther south ...
Final two days on board the Sea Explorer, the Drake does its shake thing, with 5-6 and the occasional 7 metre swells on the first day, easing quite a bit on the second day. Those 7 metre swells bring the hull down with a loud thump and shudder as its hits the water after the lift. Thanks to strong boat building, the hull takes it OK, although some of the passengers less so, with noticeably fewer at breakfast. The paper bags have ...