Tierra Del Fuego
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... end two zodiac and their drivers were left at the bay until they could be picked up later that day. In the meantime, although feeling slightly sea sick we managed to enjoy a buffet lunch with all the extras.
In the afternoon we were meant go South through Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn National Park, and go ashore. The legendary Cape Horn was discovered in 1616 and is a sheer 425-meter high rocky promontory. For many years it was an important navigation ...
... having to swim farther for food and are dying of starvation... Also another thing I didn't expect but found super interesting, they dug holes and made their nests in the holes! Frick they were hilarious. The way they walk just makes you laugh and watching them scramble over the rocks on the beach was hilarious. They would waddle and stumble and fall and them climb back up and keep on trudging. They were also constantly calling to one another. Which was also ...
... of digestion before bed. (Whatever happened to 6pm dining!) The 20 mtr pool is heated to 32• which is far too hot to do laps in but I did manage 8 or so. I had a short plunge in the outside juzzuchi which was cooled to about 29• by the wind but protected by the glass fence. The sauna was nice, but the steam room- well I opened the door & went no further fear of a massive BP drop, it must ...
... this area for Chile). It was pretty interesting seeing the life sized replicas, seeing where people slept & the weapons they used. We headed back into town and just as we finished eating we heard car horns, shouting etc. I thought it might be a demonstration but it turned out to be the end of football season in Chile. Universidad from Santiago had won the league ...
... and some inferior shower gel and still no response. Finally checked out some other hostels as a fallback but full and went to tourist office, to complain but not registered with them. Got him to ring landline anyway and was answered, insisting they were there all the time and the bell wasn’t working as the power was out – lies, all lies, as I had heard it and believe me I was knocking loud enough to wake the ...