Thursday, 16 December 2010

Another Patagonian waterproof outfit

MJC in the next otherwordly scenario here in southern Patagonia.  The silvery waters belong to the Rio Serrano.

Our Zodiac which is to take us on the Rio Serrano and Last Hope Sound to see parts of Bernardo O´Higgins National Park.  People from a lot of different parts of the world have had their fingers in the Patagonian pie.

Only us and a couple from Barcelona were fool enough to make this excursion yesterday.

Those red outfits were essential.  The weather was filthy.

But glorious sights.  This is Balmaceda glacier - another outflowing from the Southern Patagonian Ice Field.

Sealions cowering in a nook under a cliff.  At least they've got blubber.

I looked more ridiculous in this outfit.  ¿Why did no-one tell me about the hat?

Another view through the murk to the peaks of Torres Del Paine National Park.  Almost there.

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