Sunday, 4 January 2009


The boys say the views are breathtaking.
Thier surroundings include the San Rafael and San Quintin Glaciers coming down from the great Patagonian ice field, way up on the Andean mountains.
Although this area is very touristic, they said they were the only ones among the magnificent ice burgs.
The winds these last few days have been over 25-30 knots with waves of 3-4 M. making it difficult for them to make good progress.
So they are sheltering in a small bay waiting for better weather.
What do you do on your day off?? You eat more, read more, and sleep more.
They have noticed that on the 3 Kg. meet they got the date has expired. (On just had to try some to make sure).
He must be thinking:
eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside.
More food for the fish.
They are having some problems with their solar panels at the moment so trying to save on battery use for now.
Still they text messages every day to give their exact position for us and for the cost guard.
You can find it on the map beside.
1…English explorer James Weddell was convinced that the Indians of Patagonia spoke Hebrew.
2… Traces of the biggest dinosaurs ever found were in Patagonia.

About Us

Roy Shatzki-(27) an air force officer, traveler and sea paddler. Lives in kibutz Regavim. On Arnon-(32) an engineer, outdoor instructor, and sea paddler. Lives in kibutz Gaaton in the north of Israel. Yosale Dror- (28)- sea kayak instructor at Optimist kayak club in Sdot Yam, student of Psychology, lives in kibutz Nahsholim.