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... The names and inscriptions told a story: French, German, Croatian, Italian, Scottish. The cemetery was so big it had signposts and the paths were lined with well trimmed Cypress trees.
We walked back, via the supermarket, our hands purple with the cold.
Back at the cabana, despite a dearth of cooking equipment we made up a Shepherdless pie, with mushroom gravy and broccoli washed down with a Cab ...
... the border crossing for Argentina at Paso Dorotea. For some inexplicable reason I always get a bit stressed at airports and immigration, but this land crossing was a whiz in comparison. From the border we headed north through barren windy plains where the wind was so strong in parts Ross had to hold the wheel at an angle to keep us heading in a straight line. I should point out that I have opted for the more sedentary role of passenger/navigator/in-car entertainment officer ...
Not much to share here as I was still sick and taking it easier to get better, but a neat port town and the gateway to our estimated 10-12 hr trip the next day to Ushuia, the end of the earth! Our guide has a habit of over estimating the time it takes, so we've all placed bets ...
... far end of the
lake we had to wait nearly 2 hours for our bus connection back to the park
headquarters. So David went for a walk with some of the other tourists in the
group to this powerful waterfall where one higher alpine lake flowed into the
lake we had just sailed across and the whole scene was framed by the stunning
mountain scenery. We were lucky that the bus we got from the lake to the park
headquarters was the same bus that was taking us back to ...
Punta Arenas – Tour Day – Otoway Penguin Colony
I was a little slow off the mark today. We had a 7:00 a.m. call for our tour today, but I was dragging based on our little party last night. Vince, Karen, Deb and I took two of the cruise staff to dinner last night in one of the specialty restaurants. This was not meant to be a nice gesture, oh no. I'm learning from my now good friend Obie Won Kenobi how to work ...