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Friday, today, up very early 7am wow a record. left hotel with map by 9 and hurray found petrol and way out of town without getting lost and on the RN3 by 9.30. We have left the Pampas know and are in Patagonia, very different landscape, no cows for a start, but much more rugged. got stopped at check point patagonia to be searched by cute park …
... re not sure how it happened. It must have been when driving over a bump or cattle grid but it turned out the damage wasn't too bad and we only had to pay a small fee.
The next morning we got packed up and headed to the bus station to book our bus to buenos aires. The bus wasn't until 7pm at night so we just wandered around and spent a while down at the beach which was really busy.
Next stop the ...
... The Right Whale seemed to be staying in the shallows to avoid being drowned but the Orca persisted for a while. We stayed for about an hour and a half, hoping to see a happy ending for the Right Whale, and thankfully the Orca gave up and allowed it to make an escape. We relayed what we had seen to the hostel owner who said that local people never even get to see anything that special, so he ...
... about an hour to start seeing green fields instead of buildings, buildings, buildings.
Then it was Pampas country – flat, green, lush grass in every direction and of course plenty of Argentinian beef on the hoof, mostly of the black variety and inevitably like their cousins in far away Spain.
First night stop was an empty camp site in the town of Tandil; we had thought of stopping at Lobos but didn’t much care for the place. We had the whole site ...
... very comfortable as it felt cool even in the strong sun.
We drove back to town and ship, but stopped on the way at the Puerto Madryn Eccocenter, a slick-looking facility perched on a hill overlooking the Gulfo Nuevo. We got out to take some photos and were met with gusting winds that Melissa said would exfoliate our skin if we stood out too long. The wind carried with it fine grains of ...
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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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