Cumbres de Martial
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... an effort to drink lots of booze, as that will not be an option either. I finished most jobs yesterday, so today gave the bike a test run up to the ski resort behind town. I then walked up a trail to a glacier for a picnic. Pretty good day all in all. I have started reading "In Patagonia" by Bruce Chatwin as a few people recommended it. It is the story of a chap who got bored and so went travelling. It seems to be an exploration of loneliness, so all seems apt. The ...
... which goes from here to Alaska. It was a pity the weather didn't allow us to walk around the beautiful lakes. My birthday was celebrated in the exclusive Pinnacle Restaurant where we were treated like high society with a special dessert. All staff on board know when it is your birthday and leave messages or notes. Throughout the night we continued our journey through Magellan Strait. Wednesday 31. Temp 8C. Today we woke to a bright sunny morning with calm seas. About mid morning ...
... food should still be good in the evening. David had filled chicken breast that was absolutely huge while Maria had Patagonian lamb filled raviolis. Both were very tasty although the pasta could have had a bit more sauce on it.
We went for a drink in the Dublin pub afterwards, but it was packed out and because standing and drinking isn't the done thing here (unlike the UK) we walked backed out again.
David was curious to know what the Falkland ...
I can’t believe the weather we’ve been getting – it’s really been on our side – cold yes, but blue skies and no rain. I was up at 6:30 a.m. and dressed for the cold, windy Promenade Deck because of the five glaciers we’d be passing prior to our arrival in Ushuaia, Argentina. I dressed real warm and headed out – thank god for the hot chocolate that the ship was serving on ...
Crossing between Chile and Argentina was a breeze, it's possibly one of the most epic border crossings I've ever seen with Volcan Lanin towering over the admin offices on both sides. Getting booted off the bus in the wrong town a couple of hours later proved a bit more difficult though. A week later and I'm still trying to figure out what exactly happened. Luckily there was a connecting bus to Bariloche leaving in an hour. Or so I thought, I didn't know about the time ...