Posada Costa Serena
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ended this morning and we were sad to say goodbye to what had been the most
cooperative group we have travelled with. The tour leader had booked us on the
afternoon Beagle Channel cruise so after a late morning start we packed our
gear and sadly left luxury behind and moved into the hostel we were staying at
for the next 2 nights. The room was of course much smaller but 2 positives were
... late 1800's and early 1900's. They literally built the town, some while wearing shackles. The location was perfect because there was no escaping a place that is encircled with frozen mountains and the icy sea. Poor devils didn't enjoy much of a life, which, of course, was the point. Although our flight was an hour late, we made it safely to Buenos Aires for the next chapter of our ...
... this attitude takes the
biscuit – keep stum if using Tecni-Austral!
Was a hard trip, some of it on “ripio” (gravel), more for
the ridiculous border stops – we were in transit from Argentina to Argentina
yet had to go through all the formalities at every border – had to pass through
Chile twice, including once on the ferry – that was a nice interlude across the
flat calm & sunny Magellan Straits. Even saw ...
... bumped onto?
This is all you need to take into your head to the check in. This I do and I am placed onto a later flight,my connecting flight however is the only flight available that day from Bueno Aires, to Ushuaia which means that my window of connection is 5 minutes!! My new flight out lands at 3.55pm and the connecting flight departs at 4pm. The check in girl looks at my bag and picks it up to check the weight and says I can take it ...
... hand." A group of them laid down, white bellies to the ground, black backs toward the low-in-the-sky Antarcticish sun, Ari informed us, to absorb whatever heat from the last of the day's sun that they could. A few of them swam a bit and, as cute as is possible, emerged from the water up onto the land to waddle some more. A group of three walked toward us, within two feet of where we were sitting, apparently not in the least bit threatened by our presence. We all agreed ...