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... and despite needing to say goodbye to this remarkable colony of penguins, whose relatives are apparently only found on one other Patagonian island and on the Falkland Islands, we were ready to jump back in the van, crank up the heat, allowing our bodies to warm up, as we searched for a nice, nearby spot to spend the night; and that we did. Along the entire stretch of road through the barren landscape we had navigated thus far on Tierra Del Fuego, we had seen no trees until ...
... four hours. We were dropped off close to the pier and we walked up to the main street. San Martin Street for a quick look. This seems a lively place with many small shops and cafes. It was getting cold and dark by 7pm so we walked back to the ship with the icy wind cutting through our jackets.
That night there was a long line up for dinner because everyone had ben out and were trying to grt a table at the same time but the very friendly staff did their best and we were fed ...
... for a total of 15 metres. The route continued through the forest with occasional views opening up between the trees towards the water and mountains. Incredible scenery. We could sense the end of the trek after 3 hours when we started hearing cars appear on a nearby gravel road. We exited the track without having seen any of the aforementioned animals which made me lose a little bit of hope. We moved onto an island which was surrounded by fast running water and a lot of ...
... storied place. Cheers!!!!
... the ship allowed us to disembark to walk around the city. It was a brisk 45 degrees, so we dawned our jackets and headed out to explore. We walked back and forth down the main drag, Av. San Martin, stopping in chocolate shops, shopping for cheap mementos in the souvenir shops, and taking pictures. It was nice just to move freely after almost two days on a ship.
Side note: At the port, Brian noticed two signs, containing messages written in ...