Cumbres de Martial
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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 ...
... South American, French….
There were documentary sessions on, lunch and free time until 4pm. Another disembarkment for Wulaia bay which was until 1950 an entastia (cattle ranch). Now national park. We climbed up around 200 metres to overlook the bay and the ship anchored off shore. Ground was covered in snow and the trees loaded with snow like a winter scene postcard. Once descending back to the boat it began to snow – really ...
... and climbing back into the van until the sun (or a child) would wake us many hours later.
Our first glimpse of Tierra Del Fuego National Park wasn’t until waking up the morning after arriving the prior night in the pitch dark. Each of us, one by one, stepped out of the van to find ourselves sandwiched between a rushing river to one side and mountains to the other, covered with a layer of fiery red and orange foliage reaching up to the ...
... the dam and looked around at it for about 10 minutes but didnt see anything so we assumed that like many others in the area it was abandoned so we decided to move on. I didnt quite feel like it was abandoned so i turned around and saw 2 beavers coming out of their home and swimming in the still lake. Excitement :) we sat, watched and took photos for about 3 minutes when they decided to go home. We walked along the path and got to a little bay where we saw a few ducks and ...
- Ushuaia - We arrived in Ushuaia at 12:00pm. Sailing down the Beagle Channel and past the airport in Ushuaia, we were concerned that the rain wouldn't clear and any trip into town would be wet. What do you know, by 12:00 the sun came out and the mad dash to exit the boat (no tender this time) began. Coach tour passengers go first, followed by passengers who want to wander. You have to be patient, the exit is ...