Lo de Elisa
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Cabo Polonio
... across a big patch of them chilling on the rocks right by the shore, with another group about 3 times the size swimming in he was a little bit offshore
After lunch we continued on our search for penguins all the way around to the other side of the peninsula. This side had a stunning beach so we decided to chill out a bit there and just relax. Laid out in the sun and played a game of giant hang man, essentially regular hang man just drawn out in the ...
... of relief and his poor car,now a shivering wreck lets out a cough of satisfaction, as if to say “I’m not for the scrap yard yet matey!”.I tipped the young driver generously and although we hardly spoke a word I thought it was only right to pay him some danger money,he was happy but did not look too happy about trying to make the journey back.
A white haired,taut,bow legged old man with a pair of wellington boots two sizes too big for ...
... no more than 100 little houses, and as many hand-made friendship bracelets as money can buy. We were there to see the colony of sea lions that live there (to be clear, they live on the rocks, not in the little houses) and they did not disappoint. We sat for hours watching dozens these strange blubbery beasts from just metres away. We were so mesmerised that we forgot to keep reapplying sunscreen and came home with VERY pink faces. Colin: My pink face was soon ...
... but suddenly she tried. It irritated me because she said it had disappeared from the pocket (no surprise), but had she called earlier it might have been rescued. Anyway, kindle app on phone now in use!
Upon arrival we were whisked away to the beach immediately with the owner shouting 'lobo! Lobo!' Sure enough, plopped on a wall outside the adjacent building was a sea lion the size of a great dane. We were told that this was a ...
... my pack fully motivated and ready for the upcoming endevor. I knew it was illegal to pitch a tent within the national park of Cabo Polonio and I wasn't going break the law just to save couple of bucks. Luckily for me the park ranger had me leave my tent at entrance of the park relieving me from my extra 5 KG. Sandals on, my Spanish maestro Michelle Thomas playing out of my MP3 and with a tranquil sunset setting in the west as I was walked to the southern point ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed