Today was the last real day of our three week voyage, and we spent it in the East Falklands, specifically at Carcass Island and New Island. It was a gloriously sunny day, apparently a rarity around here, and Krystyana and I enjoyed a nice long nature hike in the morning as well as our first real sighting of Magellanic penguins, and then in the afternoon we visited a multi-bird rookery on New Island.
There we saw rock hopper penguins, nesting shags, and nesting black brow albatross.
We have lots of excellent pictures and I hope to post at least some of the photos of the last couple of days while we’re at sea tomorrow (which is also when we pack).
We arrive in Ushuaia on Thursday morning.
The GPS track from today is below. We are traveling east to west on this track, just in case that’s not entirely clear.