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Here's an exercise for you - Give two people the same ingredients and see what they make with them.
In our case, we were given the following in a little coffee shop in Punta Arenas:
- Two pieces of toasted bread
- Two pieces of rolled up cheese
- A knife
Okay people. We went to the Pinguinera today, ... and I officially joined the Penguin P-P-P-P-P-P-P-Papazzari.
There's no time to use words today but I’ll update it later. In the meantime, …. Check. It. Out.
P.S. Dogs AND guanacos are boring. I’m coming home with a penguin. :)
... of ours slipped and cut open her knee which was also swollen instantly. Again, not the best thing to happen on a five day trekking trip in the wilderness. The next few days we walked, talked, enjoyed nature, learned a lot about mental strength when your body already refuses and due to injuries some people really got to their limits. We heard many times before that people got back to Punta Arenas on fisher boats. On the third evening two of our ...
... cavernous bar and noted the three full tables and beat a hasty retreat back to our hotel. The dog came back with us. The lobby bar was packed and buzzing. Clearly the only action in town, of all sorts, happens there. The dog having escorted us back, trotted off again, his good deed done. The next day we happily set off for Patagonia. After a stop in the picturesque and entirely charming Puerto Natales for coffee (the cafe we went to has one of only ...
... soit sur le passage des vents d'ouest venus de l'antarctique. Les marins du Cap Horn (dernière petite ile au bout de la carte chilienne) les ont baptisés les "40eme rugissants" car ils soufflent entre le 40ème et le 50ème degré de latitude sud, ce qui lui leur donne une position unique sur la carte du globe terrestre puisqu'à cette latitude les vents ne rencontrent pas d'autre obstacle, qui permettrait de les affaiblir, que la ...