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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 ...
... room has a stone fireplace where big logs burn endlessly sending out flickering shadows on the walls.Old oil glass lamps hang from the round wooden beams that strut across the ceiling and in the corners,rusting milk urns stand with plants creeping out of them growing toward any chink of light that the room offers.
The estancia sits poised on the shores of lake Castillos which today with the wind whistling down the coast whipped up the usually still surface into ...
... I took the wheel......and the spirit of Bedford Boy Racer took me over. I guess I'd thought that I'd let go of this part of my past. I'd been to University, qualified as an accountant and set up a life in London, all car-free. But he was there, lurking in the shadows; the 17 year old Bedford Boy Racer that I once was. The self-same Bedford Boy Racer who drove a Vauxhall Astra with GTE shell, sweet spoiler, phat exhaust and who had a latent disregard for traffic laws. ...
... 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