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... Useless Bay. We had been tipped off to look for the penguins at 14.3 kilometers southwest of the, literally, one horse town Onaisín, on the road hugging the bay. We drove, looking for a break in the fencing around the farmland, or some such sign that would lead us to these funny, formally dressed, waddling creatures of the south.
Nothing could have prepared us for what we were privileged to see and experience next. When we noticed two trucks parked on the side of ...
... the procedures from our lunch table and the rest from the deck.
At 2-15pm we went down to the Mondrian Lounge to await our tour. This was the first on shore tour we had booked and we were going to see Tierra Del Fuego National Park. That name has always held mystery and adventure for me and to think we would be on shore in Tierra Del Fuego was very exciting. We boarded our bus and were off along the road running along the sea front. Our local guide, Luciana, was ...
... 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 ...
- Cresting the Horn -
- So we did it. We are the end of the World, only the Drake Passage separates us between Chile and Antarctica and we are circumnavigating Cape Horn. The sun came up at 6:30 this morning and it was clear. By the time we reached the Horn it was raining, cold and bleak.
- The night before we stopped and picked up two Chilean pilots at ...
... there was a problem. The seven claimant nations didn’t want to do anything that appeared to relinquish claims, and the rest of the world didn’t want to acknowledge that any legitimate claims existed. Essentially, the Treaty suspended the claims of the seven claimant nations (without giving them up), while the other countries basically said, “We recognize that you think you have a claim and we are happy to have you suspend the claim ...