Mar 11, 2019 - National Geographic Explorer
Our landings today on Carcass and Saunders islands showed us some of the very best of the wild west side of the Falklands. Hiking over grassy hills and along rocky clifftops led us to encounters with endemic songbirds, breeding albatross, and penguins enjoying freshwater showers. As usual, the weather varied from chilly and wind with gray skies to gloriously sunny. To top off our day, we were treated to a classic farm tea at the Carcass Island Settlement—a serious sugar-fest if there ever was one!
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