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. :)
... i had to thank God in front of a Nicaraguan congregation.... After we ate we were taken on a dog sled pulled by 8 huskies! The dogs were beautiful and the sled ride under the stars like something from a film, I still don't think we can quite believe that it happened! Yesterday we did a mini hike in the national park of "El Tierra del Fuego" (this end point of Argentina). We saw the end of the world (again!) apparently the end point you can reach by land in Argentina. The ...
The city was mostly gray and much colder than the in Viņa, which was now over 1200 miles or 3000km away. Considering that it was summer, I was freezing. Eventually I warmed up, especially after having a nice dinner nearby at a place called Sabores del Mundo right around the corner. There, I ate with another girl staying in the hostel, and we ordered centollla (king crab). It was the best meal I had eaten in a while. So delicious!
As you may have guessed from my blog entries, we are 'go, go, go' on our holidays, and on average out and about for a good 14 hours every day.
Upon entering our luxurious suite, which came complete with a massive spa bath and flat screen TV, Mum and Dad declared that we were having a relaxing afternoon doing 'nothing'. Yes, that's right, they agreed to do 'NOTHING'!
I thoroughly enjoyed watching TV as I ...