Cumbres de Martial
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... to Canada. I went back to the hostel and made myself some lunch and then continued to work on organizing photos for this blog. With only so much space on my iPad and limited wifi as I've travelled, it's taking forever to get them done. I have to upload them to the iPad, sort them, put them I. The blog, sync it, and then delete them from my iPad to make more room. I apologize for anyone still waiting to see photos. They are coming along ...
... well, recycled wood pallets, cable spools and all kinds of stuff. Across the road is a matching house with hubcaps, tennis raquets, boots, tools, pots and pans and no end of junk tacked on the outside. It's accessorized by a handmade motorcycle and a tree of well over a hundred beer bottles. Every town needs a creative mind like this.
After our tour around we made a decision. We've been travelling a long time, almost eight months. It's time to go home. We're heading ...
Up early to board a catamaran at 7.30am. The excursion was called 'Beagle Channel Navigation and Tierra del Fuego National Park'. Out in the channel we headed east and called at several small islands where were part of what the guide called the archipelago. The first had a lighthouse and a colony of shags - Imperial Shags. They build nests of seaweed, twigs and guano, which look like they are made from concrete. Then on to a sea-lion colony ...
... soup was saltier than normal, then we noticed the pasta sauce was really salty.....notice a trend....? Next up, Nadine took s sip of her freshly boiled tea and spat it out. Salty tea! Uh oh! Turns out the water source Matt and Nadine used was salt water, despite it being over a mile from the sea. It must have been fed from one of the many lagoons in the area. Initially a bit worried by the amount of salt water we had consumed, we soon worked out that we had only had about ...
... of Osorno Volcano in Puerto Varas; the volcano is active but dormant, rising 8,700 feet, often called the Fujiyama of South America. We took a catamaran ride on Lake Esmerelda, with emerald green waters from the volcanic rock. It is located in the Vincente Perez Rosales National Park.
The ship’s passengers were a melting pot of people from the US, Canada, U.K, Australia, Italy, France, ...