Terrazas del Beagle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... it was time for a new one. I also went to pick up a few souvenirs. The town definitely has some decent souvenir shops. I also headed to tourism to get my passport stamped. I realized the other day that I will still be getting a bunch more stamps on my travels and I only have so many pages left in my passport. Thus I got the Ushuaia stamp at the front of the passport and hopefully will not have any issues of running out of space before I ...
... opened we got to within about 20 metres of the colony of around 50 King Penguins, close enough to witness pairs calling to each other and some chicks shuffling around. We also saw a few waddle the 150 metres or so down to the beach. There was a PhD student from Santiago there so I asked her lots of questions about the Penguins. The most interesting facts were that the main predators are orcas, which had been at the beach two days ago (!) and minks. Students from ...
... the views hung with clouds and the sun lit up patches on the Chile side of the Beagle Channel. An Argentine flag could always be found on their pieces of land but the Chileans didn't seem to have the same patriotic fervor.
Three and a half hours later we emerged onto the Pan American highway and the bus took us to a campsite for lunch. They had a tent all set up and the two young 'cooks' produced a hot meal along with liberal amounts ...
... thousands were sedated before being pushed out of small aircraft flying over the Atlantic. It should hardly be a surprise that the condor has been a sacred symbol for many indigenous groups in South America for thousands of years.
While the indigenous peoples of this region were not hostile towards the Europeans who came over in droves without an invitation, by the end of the late 19th century massacres initiated by the white man greatly reduced their ...
... tomorrow, our visit to the Falklands.]
We left Antarctica on the afternoon of the 18th, with gale winds predicted for late in our crossing of Drake Passage. This was not, apparently, a new storm blowing in, but the usual high velocity winds that whip frequently through this area. We did pretty well cruising under grey skies, but a manageable sea, until late on the evening of January 19th. We had dinner in the ...