amazing activities and crew!
by nicole kwan
a trip of a lifetime! we were very lucky with weather but it is also because our expedition team and captain was v flexible and adventurous that we got to do so many activities that we were all tired, but never too tired to see more penguins! the passionate and experienced expedition team and captain made the trip and it was good to see everyone including crew seeming to have a good time (except for the drake shake). only recommendation is to systemize/ set expectations of activities even more so everyone could have a chance to have one activity (especially if weather is bad) and wonder if there is a chance to see Magellan penguins near the islands in the beagle channel.
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