Malvina House Hotel
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... real peaty country and luckily quite dry as it could get very boggy. Arrived to see 1500 Gentoo - see even that is family (Jenn-2). The adults were moulting and the young losing their fluff, so the ground was covered in feathers. They were very cute and about knee-high. One of them thought Keith's shoe worth investigating. There was a rope on the sea side of the roosting place, and we were told not to go over it because of land-mines from ...
... on the eggs but with the Emperor penguins it is only the male and in other kinds then it's 50-50 split between the males and females. As soon as the lecture finished, one of the leaders mentioned that the first iceberg of our trip had been spotted. I went up to the bridge and checked out the radar which showed a few icebergs in the area. We passed by one fairly closely and it was about 3.6 kilometres long. Since we were close to that one, everyone was on the port side of the ...
We’re up early to watch the ship maneuver the very narrow passage into Stanley’s harbor. The captain must line the ship up with the two red lights in the town. To the port side we see the wreck of the Lady Elizabeth, a ship that went aground on the sand bar. At the bow we see the town of Stanley. Neat little houses, some very weathered, others new, face the harbor. Today’s excursions include a visit to Gypsy Cove, a haven for ...
... I was actually able to run. The daily briefings are really good because they not only recap what we saw and did, it provides us with some additional information. The other nice thing is that in the lobby, newspapers with the top stories from a country are provided for us to read, put together by the staff of the boat. For example, they make a Canadian, US, International and Australian version because of the large number of passengers from those ...
I am loving the chance to hit the gym every morning but this morning the treadmill wasn't working. Nevertheless, I biked for an hour and then did core for half an hour. After showering it was up on deck to watch us pull into Stanley. Last night and even this morning they were questioning if we would be able to pull into the inner harbour because the winds had picked up. Despite it evidently being windy on deck, the boat didn't seem to ...