Of course, all waste remained on board. Nothing, really nothing is being left. All our waste remained on board until reaching Ushuaia again.
Port Lockroy had been a British reach station, nowadays it is more known for being a museum and hosting a mail office. It is also a popular stopover and so we met a few other tourist ships. The feeling of exploring Antarctica was somewhat less here, still the penguins all around us were charming as always.
On our second day before leaving again we made a morning walk on the ice at Dallman Bay to have a great panoramic view of the surroundings.
After our last visit, having posted our mail we returned to the boat, this had been our last steps on Antarctica, but we still had one more stop to go.
This album here has pictures of Port Lockroy and Dalmann Bay, many Gentoo Penguins, a whale skeleton and the Bark Europa.
It has 86 pictures.
click here for the album