Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa
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... Rachel for Christmas, ungrateful. From Villa Gesell we took a short bus journey to Mar del plata. Mardel, as the locals call it is described by some as the Argentinian Blackpool. I was struggling to notice any similarities until I stood in a piece of dog ****. We sunk a couple of cold ones and ate pizza before boarding the night bus to our first destination in Patagona, Puerto Madryn. Madryn was the first port of call for the good ship Mimosa*which ferried a group ...
... After we departed the ferry we noted a couple of signs warning not to leave designates road as there is still undetonated landmines in the area, remanets of the Chile/Argentinian war. Our journey down Tierrra del Fuego commenced on pleasant concrete roads that had only recently been completed, however this soon disintegrated into dirt roads with a significant amount of road works with little to no traffic control. At one stage we were driving directly behind a grader ...
... about zodiac safety and shore landings. There are plenty of zodiacs on board so we won't have to cram into them which will be nice. I hadn't signed up for the kayaking option when I booked the trip but lately have been thinking that I should just go for it, although it's expensive. Nevertheless, when I inquired about it, it was sold out. I went to the briefing anyways and if spots open up, those of us on the waiting list will be placed in ...
Day breaks and the ship is rolling! We have hit the Drake Passage, and I am in bed thinking this is OK, just fine! I can handle this, just like a theme park ride, until I stand up! Then its a quick trip to the bathroom after a wave of nausea! I take a little blue pill ( not that kind) and head to breakfast, as I know its best to eat something, some dry rice cakes fill the bill, with a little fruit and yogurt. My cabin mate Samantha is also not ...
... 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 ...