Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa
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... the good humour borne out of Sarah and mines globetrotting although to be honest travelling and interacting with folk together with the cultural pot pouri this world has to offer provides such ample fare to report upon, it just leaves me the job of interpreting and conveying these experiences to you in a light hearted way sufficient to make you titter. However having said that travelling can be at times mundane and we feel that it is ...
... them ashore and onto icebergs in inflatable boats, weather permitting. The downside to these smaller vessels is in their reduced stability in rougher seas. I’m not sure what they would feel like in thirty-foot swells. Nevertheless, their passengers are able to have an intense Antarctic experience. Ushuaia is also just outside Tierra del Fuego National Park. Argentines and foreigners begin their wilderness treks in Ushuaia. The two ...
... Island and a traditional feature of every Antarctic expedition cruise is the possibility of a “Polar Plunge”. The opportunity to strip off in near freezing temperatures and plunge into the sea where the temperature may be even lower (sea water freezes at around -1.5°C) so you can get a certificate confirming that you’ve done it, is too much for a few to resist (including me – after all, I did it in the Arctic so plunging into the Southern Ocean ...
... the issue to the United Nations,she also made a law making the Malvina's part of the Argentine Constitution,with Ushuaia as its capital in the province.All schools teach the Malvina's war in history class and all tourist guides or anyone in fact who talks to a foreigner has to say that the Malvina's are part of Argentina,I witnessed this in action twice and on the boat out to the Beagle channel where the guide knew I was British and she looked directly at me when she mentioned ...
... got changed, listened to Chris and then did the 6-30pm Quiz. That one was a three way tie but this time we weren’t closest on the number we had to guess. We are having fun though!! Tonight Kenn had organised an Adelaide dinner. The six of us Adelaidians, Kenn, Neil, Elizabeth and David and us had a lovely time discussing Adelaide and wondering if the election results were finalised. A pleasant couple of days and we are noe Cape Horners having conquered that extremity of the ...