Terrazas del Beagle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... love you", from the bodyguard. Nutcase. On the same crossing we were fortunate enough to have a dolphin come up and swim alongside the boat, it was pretty amazing and also free, what a Wilfred Bonus. Next on the agenda is a four day walk/trek around the Torres del Paine national park. Given Rach's passion for cold weather and strenuous exercise and my infinite patience this will undoubtedly be an enjoyable and serene experience. Love to all Harri & Rach *I ...
As anchored the ship became surrounded by humpback whales, one even coming up right under our balcony ! Snap snap! There was no landing here just ‘zodiac cruising’, except for the kayakers. Now down to eleven, we were promptly called down to paddle, it was perfect conditions; blue sky, sunshine, no wind, mirror calm sea. The hump back whales seemed eager to impress us and they were everywhere! Two pods ...
... and plates shooting down the long tables seating eight people. Tables are equipped with a rubber mat to stop some of the sliding. We had one instance when a very large wave came over the side of the ship and broke a cabin window. We had a film about Shackleton, communications at various bases and an environment survey. Quite a lot of snow fell and the zodiacs had a good covering for a while. Quite a few people are falling over owing to the very sudden dip of the ship. The swell ...
... tidy and the crew very nice and funny. And most important of all- the Bar has good wine and beer so this trip promisses to be great! =)
Captain Eric gave a welcome speach and the crew was presented. And in the evening we had our first of so many dinners on board..yummy yummy..dinner time is my favorite time!
The next day we had just perfect weather to sail through the Beagle channel. Sunny, 20 degrees, ...
... Basically the old prison has now been converted into a museum and art gallery. The first section of the museum shows the history of some of the boats in the area and the history of the Yamana people. The Yamana were the indigenous people leaving in the Ushuaia area. Because of the Europeans arrival, it is said to have led to the extinction of these people. The Yamana could not change their lifestyles to be similar to the Europeans along with diet, diseases, and fighting ...