So, I went to Antarctica, and I’m glad I did. Here is our ship, in situ on the Antarctic Peninsula. Small enough to avoid ice-bergs (mostly) navigate the narrow passages, enter the small bays and allow us to land on the continent.
We had a wonderful night here. Imaginative takes on traditional cuisine with matching regional wines. Here’s the menu. Joe presiding over table. Here’s the bread platter. All house made, all delicious, chocolate and coconut the most interesting. First course, half eaten. Shredded lamb and coconut-cilantro sauce. Delicious. Second course. Nikkei ceviche with smaller key shrimp, [...]
Our third day in Buenos Aires dawned with a warning that came to fruition. But before the rain set in we managed to walk to the Opera House. Our walk took us past this amazing building which we were amazed to discover is a water pumping plant! And a side trip to the Economics faculty [...]
Tuesday 14 March was another beautiful day in Buenos Aires. All three days we’ve been here have been sunny and warm, around 26 degrees. We walked to the Botanical Gardens. The walk was lovely. We went through a well heeled part of town that reminded us of Russian Hill in San Fransisco. The public library [...]
Andrea, our guide from the airport met us at the hotel at 9am and took us on a quick tour of selected parts of the city. First up was this amazing sculpture. I was sceptical about the attraction when looking at the tourist brochures. But it was quite spectacular. Made of the same material as [...]