Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa
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The bad weather lasted only through our last day in the Antarctic. The seas were pretty rough as we headed north from the South Shetland Islands making for Cape Horn. The winds were blowing at a steady 50 mph with frequent gusts to 70 mph plus. This is enough to generate 20 foot waves and a lot of rocking and rolling. Not surprisingly, not too many people show up for dinner that evening and the ship's doctor was kept pretty busy. With a little help from scopolamine, our ...
... on the man's slippery wrists. During this time the American kept a dignified silence as a fifth crew member from above hauled on the rope which seemed to be just cutting the poor guy in half. As a sixth crew member joined in from above hauling the man by his jacket they finally managed enough purchase to steadily heave him up and onto the dock. His wife was distraught and I heard her tearfully saying that she didn't see any of it happen. She just turned around and he was gone. ...
... America...), with beaming, if weary, faces returning as late as 10pm after daily treks of up to 38 km... The clouds weave in and out of the mountains, and when I arrived at Laguna Los Tres & Laguna Sucia, having trekked through the majecstic valley of Rio de las Vueltas, I could hardly see a thing due to cloud cover. I got distracted by food and cold for 5 minutes or so, and when I looked up again, all I could see was Mount ...
... and had been informed that there was active beaver dams but alas we found none that looked active. Beautiful terrain and gorgeous autumn colours in the trees but no beavers. On our second loop we did come across an active beaver dam, very clever how they build the dam however still no beavers to be seen, perhaps they were sleeping. On our way to our final walk we went through a campsite and came across a fox breaking into a tent. It had ripped nearly the whole ...
... artwork original, and there was also an area that taught you how to make an origami penguin. I was going to do it but the Spanish instruction dissuaded me. It was time to leave and we made our way through the gift store (no purchases) to outside. We sat down to get some lunch, scoped out some stores for last minute supplies and then headed back to the hostel to make some dinner. On the menu tonight was salami pasta which we through together with mainly donated ...