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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... swam a pod of orcas. Killer whales, they arrrre known as, or Pandas of the sea. Majestically swimming in pace with the vessel, the pod of cetaceans was a sight to behold, but my camera was not as kind. Nor there.
Steady as she went, the Dutch dinghy steamed on rising and lowering with the unkind waves, until after days and nights the icebergs were seen on the horizon. Antarctica was reached, and the ...
... the Argentine people had been embarrassed and democracy was re-installed and it also avoided a war with Chile as the Argentine military junta was rattling sabres with them over territory for some time prior to the war.In the UK it allowed the Conservative Government under Margaret Thatcher to win a landslide general election for her second term when prior to the war she was not popular at all. As with most wars,many people died just to maintain the status quo,but ...
... name by the Spanish explorers who first came here in the 1800, and saw fire all along the coastline. The indigenous peoples the Yumana did not make use of clothes to maintain warm, but where ever they went had fire close by for warmth, even in wooden boats! Darwin observed that these peoples form had a slighter low body frame, but more powerful upper bodies, as these were predominately fishing communities on the coast, their arms were longer in proportions than their ...
... 20km round trip hike the martial glacier. Upon leaving, the temperature dropped and the snow started. I was happy, i got to see snowfall in the northern and southern hemispheres within the week, and it wasn't too windy on our hike from town to the start of the ski slope (entrance point to the glacier). we got this 7km out of the way in about 2 hours. The rest of the trek was where the fun began. We navigated through bush tracks that intersected winding roads, and admittedly did ...
... border and was the perfect warming meal whilst the snow started to fall. The fire was nice and warm to be around and for Colin's last bush camp we played a game of nails where you had to try and get your nail in using the back of the hammer. It took everyone quite a few goes as the hammer was passed around and provided for some hilarious and frustrating entertainment.
As we went to bed the snow was still falling and knew we were in for one last cold night of ...