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Team Meat Sweat Phoenix Devours A Well Deserved Asado

It is a well known fact that Argentina has some of the best asados (barbecues) in the world. Well today our team was rewarded with a delicious Argentinian asado after a hard day climbing to the summit of Mt. Bonete (16,575’). It is safe to say that we will all have the meat sweats (excessive buildup of perspiration that happens after eating massive quantities of meat) for the next few days. Tomorrow we will be making our first trip up to camp one.

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Mt Vinson V5 back in Punta Arenas

Hello friends and family, this is Jangbu and Ari reporting for Alpine Ascents Vinson V5 team. The team made it back to civilization at Punta Arenas this morning.

We had an early morning flight from Union Glacier Camp to Punta Arenas. Some of our team members were able to change their flight and went back home this afternoon. Rest of us are gonna be in town for few days before we all head back home. Thanks everyone for following us along the way to journey to climb Mt Vinson, the highest peak in Antarctica. We all had an amazing time on this expedition, we had great experiences with weather on this trip and never going to forget this memories.

I personally would like to thank every member of our team for being a great member of this expedition and would like to wish everyone for their future endeavors. Thanks everyone again for following along the way and wanna make call that this would be the last post for our Vinson V5 team for this season.

Guide team,

Jangbu & Ari

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Team Resting Phoenix Enjoys A Sunny Day At Mulas

Our team is feeling well rested after a beautiful day at Plaza De Mulas. We spent the day playing card games sharing stories and eating delicious food. Some of us were even able to get a bit of laundry done. Tomorrow we begin again with a climb of a nearby peak, Mt. Bonete!

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