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Up early for breakfast and pack and check out. Then met Belisa went for coffee, 6 of is with nikky, Melina, Susan and another girl. Was nice to see Belisa briefly, she likes to talk! Briefly saw Harry on FaceTime. Then back to hostel said bye to nikky and the cute big dog and took taxi to airport with Susan and Melina. Flight a bit odd, like on a bus. Could sit anywhere you liked, I sat wrong side as views better on other side but ...
... Spanish as part of my instant Spanish course, I must look mental to the onlooking local. 40 hours later we arrived at our destination following an eventful journey which was capped off as we broke down 20 miles from the finish line. Not fun. Talking of fun, Rach thought 90s kids tv show, fun house was presented by Noel Edmunds. The temperature drop in Ushuaia was a shock to the system. Cold weather was the anti perspirant I had been hunting for the past 6 weeks. Rach ...
... closed and doesn’t roll around. I remember Allen Powell’s saying: “Drake Lake=good, Drake Shake=bad”. So, with that last bit of humor, dinner is served, and we chat with our table mates.
As 9:30 pm approaches we are ready for sleep. It looks like most everyone is headed to their cabins for the night. We get ready for bed and finally relax—we made it and now the adventure truly begins. Lights out. Tomorrow will be busy.
... long distances. They do however, lay eggs on land. The Southern Ocean has the highest concentration of seabirds in the world. The subantarctic environment, which includes the Falkland Islands, has 61 different types of seabirds. The second lecture by R. K. Headland was called the 'Unveiling the Antarctic: A Chronology of Exploration'. His lectured focused exactly what the title suggests, the history of exploration around Antarctica. Headland is ...
More pics of Antarctica in this post. Crossing Drakes Passage was exciting. "Drakes Shakes" is aptly named. Went to Cape Horn yesterday AM And kind of hung out in the area for an hour or so. Can see clearly why it has the reputation it does as the cemetery of ships. Antarctica is really an experience. Not just the sights themselves but the sense of this being a place unspoiled by human hand (for the most part). Wild. ...