Surprising myself, I am up at 6am for Operation Ioffe. No coffee and donuts for this crack team of covert operators. Checking our equipment, we take a few test shots from the grassy knoll outside our hotel and decide that being closer is going to be better.
It is chilly and we will both be glad when the sun gets higher in the southern sky.
I fire off some long distance shots and don't like the results.
I think we are going to have to use a multi shot approach if this is going to be a successful mission. We are also going to need some video but I don't think our footage is going to make us famous.
I think our multi shot approach has worked.
I wonder how long it will take others to figure out that there was a second camera!
We now have about an hour and a half before we must check out. Peter needs to take a “dulche” (shower) and I need to make plans for the rest of the day. I head to Puerto Ushuaia, Peter back to the hotel.
Hoping to take a Parque Nacional tour I am disappointed when I learn from one of the guides at Navegacion Canal Beagle that only a tour to the nearby lakes is available.
It is just as well as I could use the rest of my free time to relax a bit before almost eleven days at sea.