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... only one village, Puerto Piramides, with the rest of the land being reserves or private farms. The land was quite arid as we drove with no large vegetation but little bushes. Amongst them we saw some rheas and then some other animals I had never seen before, the guanaco and Patagonian cavy. The guanaco are actually related to camels but the kind of look like llamas and act like dear as they jump over fences. The cavies look like ...
... some friends that we met on the 'W'. We could have caught a ferry from here to Tierra del Fuego but there is a cheaper crossing at Punta Delgada which was only a 400km detour, and these days 400km is like nipping to the spar for a pint of milk. It was also nice because as we crossed the small channel dolphins swam beside the ferry jumping in and out of the waves.
If you ever played Sonic the Hedgehog on the mega drive you might remember that one of the levels was ...
... park we visited the information centre which had a southern Right Whale skeleton set up. we were all amazed at the "fingers" and remnant leg bones. At Puerto Pyramides we boarded a bot to go Whale Watching. We boarded it while it was on a trailer on the beach. A tractor then drove it out into the sea.
After about 20min, we saw our fist whale. The boat ...
... 3 until the turnoff to route 32, heading to the coast. We drove for a good hour along this 60 kilometer stretch dirt road with a couple of concerning, however navigable spots, until we arrived to a clearly impassable section which had been thoroughly flooded. Our van would have NO WAY made it through this virtual river. After an hour of driving on on this road, only twenty kilometers from the coast, so close to the largest penguin colony in South America, yet so far, we ...
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I was legitimately sad to leave. I knew I would probably never see them again, and I had grown to genuinely like them. I gave them both two large hugs as I departed. Happily setting forth for Esquel, and the Andes and an 8 hour drive alone.
The drive from Puerto Madryn to Esquel was not as bad as I had thought it would be. I took several breaks, including one in Los Altares, which is more of a gas station than a town. I ...