Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas
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. :)
... Chileans to enter Patagonia in 1843. It is a large and rather interesting with all kinds of different people and animals depicted. Ivan points out the Strait of Magellan and we see calm, peaceful water and an island. The island is part of the Chilean Tierra del Fuego islands. About 6,000 people live on this particular island. The calmness of the water is deceiving—you think calm water, warm water. Guess again. Ivan tells us the ...
... the overcast layer filled in. At the Operaciones office I woke up the guy on duty who was asleep on the sofa and filed the flight plan to SCCI. I said 7:00 am, in 15 minutes. He smiled and told me nobody was in the tower so he got on the phone and started calling people. Meantime I went back to the plane where an Air Force line guy had finally showed up. The ops guy came down for the tower with a bunch of weather printouts he ...
... before we were told that the flights were canceled again, still due to fog, so back to the hotel, again with the room keys. This time we left our luggage on the buses and just did our best to catch a few hours of sleep before breakfast. We felt bad for the airport personnel, since they basically had to reopen the airport at midnight just for us.
OK, hopefully third time's the charm. Breakfast at 7, in the lobby at 8, hoping to fly ...