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... It was a cloudy morning so the camera only got a minor work out. My favorite shot was a penguin sheltering from the biting wind in the skull.Hot chocolate back on board went down well. After lunch our Geologist, Jim, gave us a lecture on ice in all it’s forms. Like a runabout out on a day trip we up anchored and headed off to a landing at Neko Harbor where we get to step on the actual continent of Antarctica … just so we can all ...
Another massive hostel breakfast, a quick shop and a nice send off from our lovely hostel owners and we were on the road by 11. Leaving the very pleasant Puerto Natales behind we were on our way south to Punta Arenas, the most southerly city on mainland South America and the crossing point to our final destination, Tierra Del Fuego. Our route would take us predominantly south westerly, the wind forecast looked good, a light to steady westerly/north westerly breeze. A ...
We made it 7.5 months after we started and 33173 miles later we arrive at the end of the world Ushuaia,Tierra del Fuego.
After all the years of reading about this place in all the adventure bike books we are finally here. Our hotels looks out onto the Beagle canal which separates the main island from the area of ...
... nothing compared to what I encountered in Punta Arenas, where gusts and gales regularly howl at more than 100 kilometers per hour. The natural turbulence is such that there are ropes to grab hold of on some streets in order to avoid being knocked down. It's no wonder that Ferdinand Magellan christened the serene stretch of water he encountered after being blown through the narrow, squally strait El Pacifico in 1520 during his trip around the world. (As for the icy ...
... before we embark tomorrow. I have my bags there already and check in, I am sharing with a Swiss woman called Samantha, who I think I will probably also be sharing a cabin on the boat with. We have a good get to know you chat, then a short rest before heading to the briefing with the cruise company in the hotel foyer. My only problem is how to clean the mud off my boots before heading to pristine Antarctica where everything must be clean, nothing ...