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Up early for breakfast at 8.30. Yummy dulce de leche! Then chilled for a while, booked flight to El calafate then went for a walk with Susan and Mckenzie. Took photos along waterfront and went to tourist information to get info on area then I shipped around and booked boat tour along beagle channel including penguins starting at 3.30. Expensive - 750 pesos. Got 3 free hot chocolates so we found coffee shop and got an alfajores too. Went to supermarket ...
... we all got in line to follow Richard through a brash ice area. Quite tricky as one cannot paddle on chunks of ice and it is tough to steer without momentum. Needless to say we went off course and despite me berating Wayne’s lack of steerage we made it through without being tipped over by the odd larger vagrant chunks of ice. Gob smacked would be a good word to describe everyone by the end of the afternoon. ...
... to go and I could see plenty of rivers on the map. I didn't see Matt and Nadine for the rest of the ride, flying along in a world of my own with a strong tailwind I soon arrived at the last river on the route before our camp spot. It turned out to be a muddy puddle. I picked up some brown water anyway knowing I could filter it and hoped Nadine and Matt had found something better! The camp spot I had read about on a blog turned out to be a cosy shelter at a cross road, ...
... then be used by them and others to build buildings in the city. As we took the train, you could still see many of the tree stubs from where the wood had been cut. After the train ride we boarded the bus and were taken around Tierra del Fuego National Park. We went to see one of the lakes and then to the end of the Pan American highway which is a highway that begins in Alaska and finishes in this park. When I got back to the city I went for lunch and the to the ...
... to Patagonia tomorrow as well.
We walked back to the hotel and then went up to a lookout to look at the view across the town. The locals were all having an evening walk. We relaxed for a while and then we walked back to a tapas restaurant for dinner. It wasn't really tapas, a bit of false advertising, but we found something on the menu to eat. There are not many people who speak English here so we are in for some interesting times!