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I got up this morning and had breakfast at the hostel, packed up my stuff and headed out around 11am. I had to get a taxi to the bus terminal, and then a local bus from Puerto Madryn station over to the Trelew Airport. It was a 45 minute ride, and got me there exactly two hours before my flight. Perfect timing. I was keeping an eye on Ryan’s …
... you have just had a double period of geography delivered by a chemistry teacher then I'm sorry but its just the way it is....the integrity of our travels must be maintained.
Anyhow now that I have completely switched you off time for a quick update...wake up I might say something funny!! The journey down to Ushuaia was pretty unremarkable, a hop over the channel to Paris where we picked up our connecting Air France flight to Buenos Aries, ...
... ve had sun all morning, but as I’m writing the fog is creeping back.]
Mariana and I had a wonderful excursion out of Ushuaia. We explored the Beagle Channel on a catamaran. The channel had changed from turbulent and wind-swept to placid and lake-like. We passed the world’s southern-most lighthouse (I think), an island with a large cormorant colony, and a noisy island of sea lions. We were able to drift incredibly close to ...
... of the old whaling station. So in principle, you can “plunge” or at least get Southern Ocean wet without the need to immerse yourself in frigid water. Only we’ll never know as the awful weather prevents us from anchoring, let alone making a zodiac landing on the beach
Many of our fellow cruisers weren’t going to be cheated out of their certificate by a bit of bad weather. Our expedition leader, Kara came under pressure to come up with ...
... seasoned travelers in different ways. They seemed to have one thing in common though - they did not have much Asian food before. The Chicago couple sitting next to me never had Asian food before. I convinced the husband to order the famous chilean sea bass and was very glad that he actually really enjoyed it! As for me, I stuffed myself silly again!
The ship finally sailed around 9pm. We got on the top deck after dinner to watch the ...