Tierra de Fuego has a National Park is the only coastal park, which is renown for its remote location, raging winds and rugged landscape. The park protects unique flora and fauna.
This picture is not one of two of the prisoners, but rather my dear sister, Marcia and her beloved husband Andy. We were so lucky to have them with us. Isn't it nice when you not only love your family, but like them too?
Our ship was the Corinthian and was beautiful. There were 96 passengers ad 66 crew.
The Beagle Channel is a strait in the archipelago island chain of Tierra del Fuego. The Channel separates Argentina and Chile. Just north of the Beagle Channel are the Straits of Magellan. Just south of the Channel is the Drake Passage. The Beagle Channel and Straits of Magellan are relatively narrow by shipping terms.
We picked up a pilot as we began the cruise in the Beagle Channel to assist with the navigation. though in my opinion, a pilot was required merely for the creation of a job. We watched as the pilot played on his phone through the Channel. Let's just say Booboo could have navigated the Channel as well as our Pilot, though Booboo is not so great with technology.