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TravelPod Member ReviewsTerritorio Hotel Puerto Madryn
If your visiting Peninsula Valdez and want an amazaing hotel to stay in then thisis it. We had a wonderfully relaxing stay and the staff were excellent and full of useful tips and ideas to make our 2 days there even better. Highly reccomended
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Mon 23 June, I arrived in Puerto Madryn around 8am and made my way to Hostal La Tosca where I was greeted by Rodrigo who was preparing breakfast... coffee and cake (typical Argentine breakfast) they were really good too. It turns out he was also a cheff. The dorm wasn't ready he showed me a few things to do around town and I booked in for a whale watching trip the next day. I decided to walk out to the harbour and around to the point. The sun was ...
... coast with plenty of marine wildlife. Our hostel (Chepatagonia) is easily one of the best hostels we have stayed in. It's really close to the beach, in fact when eating in the dining room you look over the sea. They have a large kitchen and everything is nice and clean. The owners are so friendly and extremely helpful with information on the area and booking tours. For our first full day we decided to go see the largest penguin colony outside of ...
... who knows what could happen!) then dared to stick our toes in the water. It actually wasn't that cold, though Luca and I were the only ones brave enough to go all the way under- after a few minutes it was even too cold for me and I had to go back to the shore. We headed back to the hostel to shower then went back to the beach with Bobby to watch his last moonrise (he's leaving tomorrow!). Then we went back to the hostel for Asado (BBQ) - I met ...
... the Atlantic coast. We stopped to
take a few pictures and I was thrilled to see these small but somehow elegant
looking animals in the nature. After 30 minutes walking more we were surrounded
by thousands of penguins with their puppies which just snatched a few weeks
before. They were simply everywhere beside the walkway towards the coastline
and gave a surreal picture next to the picturesque landscape. What an amazing
... people of all ages with thermos flasks and mate cups. The water shouldn't be boiling so the flasks keep it just hot enough, 88C apparently. In Argentina everyone in a group shares the same cup and straw and it is an honour to be invited to drink with them. We could not refuse therefore when Hugo passed his mate around the minibus. We just prayed that no one had a disease to pass on!!
We had a great day with all of ...