Patagonia Pionera Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... pathway. We soon found the cheeky penguins hiding in their burrows providing us with much amusement as they went about their busyness!! These penguins live for 25 years with just one mate, but life has never been easy for the just hatched Magellanic penguins; the climate change is making it worse as the chicks are already vulnerable to predation and starvation. Foxes, seagulls, whales and sealions are amongst these. Now intense storms and warmer temperatures ...
... headed back to the DGAC building and to the Meteo office which is right next to the Operaciones office. Meteo is a great weather office with 3D tools for analyzing the weather along the route to SCRM. I said “I’ll go tomorrow!” They said nope, Friday, a 6 hour window, SCRM OK, route OK. After 6 hours, SCCI no good, a big front coming through. OK, so I’ll go there Friday, come back Saturday. Yes, thumbs up, smiles. I ...
... horrid movie
selection that began with a movie called "Journey to the Mysterious
Island," featuring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, and continued with a movie
starring none other than Brendan Frasier, where raccoons and squirrels
are trying to drive his family out of town...Wow, thanks Chile for all
of that! At least the Argentine buses served us a hot lunch. I'll try
and keep all that in mind for the next decision making process...
... just about, had been a new adventure with new things to see. There was no arguing there. We had seen places that few are lucky to see, gone places that few would challenge themselves to go to, and the most rewarding of all was these experiences changed our lives.
I try not to brag too much on Jenny but both Billy and I have been so proud of her and have developed an even deeper respect for her during this trip. Both of the hard core climbs we did, she was one ...
... a quiet Christmas but nice to chill out after trekking for 4 days . Boxing Day was much the same but with a trip into town to change some dollars and re pack for moving onto Punta Arenas the next day. Antarctica is now not that far away! My back pack seems to be getting heavier and I have tried to look at what I can loose to get the weight down - this is not an easy task, especially when we are still in a cold climate and will then be moving to the sunshine in the ...