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We have been in Argentina for five days now and the culture and the people have been incredible. In five days though we have encountered not one American tourist like ourselves. The only conversations we have had in English have been with our three tour guides, who have all been terrific and have also provided assistance with our very poor Spanish …
Departing Ushuaia, Argentina for the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica.
The tango show we enjoyed Saturday night in Buenos Aires was amazing. It started with a wonderful dinner featuring a slice of famous Argentinean steak so thick you could almost parachute from the top. Once the dancers took the stage, however, all thoughts of …
... off on. Long story short, it wasn't our boat and the only thing i accomplished from the walk was a getting my second shower for the day.Rain in town meant snow on the mountains and we were greeting by a stunning view from town when the clouds decided to clear-conveniently around sunset. We headed to the grocery store for some more last minute supplies and picked up some mince and veggies for our ...
... The Darwin Finch, Drake's passage Strait (between Antarctica and Ushuaia), Cape Horn named after the town of Horn in Holland where the explorer who discovered the Horn lived.
... the supernumerary officer asked if it was ok. I just asked and got hugs from everyone all day. Not a bad place to work, I wonder if I can do the same when I get back to the NHS! We passed thorough the Boyd strait overnight, and into quieter waters, hitting 0C temperatures, I did slightly feel cold in the morning meeting in the chart room in my shorts, even wearing a sweatshirt for once. We went to Deception island, a semi extinct ...
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