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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... would have to do. And it was really yummy! Lunch only cost about $11 Cdn. At the pub, I ran into America - a lady from Brazil who I met yesterday marching with the penguins. Really, that’s her name. Easy to remember.
Some people have asked me what type of food I have been eating….in a nutshell - lamb ravioli, spinach & cheese ravioli, pumpkin ravioli, pumpkin soup, ...
... the quad pronged device, who needs the milk anyway. Our first foray into camping was a worthwhile experience and not just due to the cutlery based knowledge enhancement. Our tent survived a rain storm and Rach had her travel towel stolen. Whilst having an item stolen wouldn't normally be perceived as a positive, it was in that Rach could no longer moan about how she didn't enjoy the drying experience offered by the microfibre garment. Yes mother, this is the towel ...
... with an identification number (64) and told how to use them. We're also advised how to get on and off the zodiacs. Our rubber boots were left outside our cabin doors. Most landings will be wet ones so waterproof trousers need to be over our trousers. Our time for leaving on the zodiacs was 9.00 with a 15 minute trip to New Island on the west side of the Falkland Islands. We stepped out on a few inches of water on a beach and took a few photographs of the birds. There were caracaras ...
... they could not travel with us. B******!
Called in at the Bar B Cue about noon but the meat was not cooked - chips and coke will have to do. Time to move on with 436 km to go: including 140 km of ripio and a border crossing at San Sebastian. I think Robin liked the ripio, particularly the bit between the two border posts, as he certainly got some speed up then - had me on my feet to ride the bumps! and passed a few buses before the border post. Better to ...
... the lack of sunlight – still supplied. The current population? 70,000. On the Chilean side? None. No one lives in the Chilean half of Tierra del Fuego.
We arrived in Ushuaia and were taken to a catamaran for lunch and a cruise from La Pataia Bay to the Beagle Channel and back to Ushuaia while the ship was loaded with our belongings. The air ...