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... to do in Puerto Madryn apart from look at wildlife so I booked a ticket back to Bariloche that night. From there I'd get a ticket to San Martin de los Andes as there were no direct busses. I spend the day trying to learn some more Spanish and also look for a hostal. There weren't many (about 3 in the whole town). Apparently it's more of an upmarket destination so there were plenty of hotels. I jumped on my bus at 9.30pm and tried to get some sleep.
... some, but when 5 more turned up, it was like a frenzy on the boat! The captain would shout left, then right, then in front, then behind which had us all running around like crazy. This in combination with the big swells made me think that we were going to either tip the boat, or someone was goin overboard. The dolphins were playin in the wake of the boat, swimming under and around us and jumpin up near us. They were having a great time! We watched these little guys for about 30 minutes ...
... 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 ...
... alongside a big BBQ. The guys mixed up some blue punch that looked filthy....i stuck to the wines. We invited another tour group who had been paralleling our tour for the last month along. By the time they showed up a few of our crew were fairly boozey which made our welcome a bit embarrassing/hillarious. We also played a game amongst the group called murderer which involves one of the group being chosen as the murderer and them having to go ...
... can. (Oh, FYI--If everyone on board who wants to go ashore does, it’ll take 2 hours to disembark all of them since we can only use one gangway.) We walk outside to Deck 3 to watch the ship dock at Puerto Madryn. Since I don’t have a tour guide, I’ll just lift stuff from the port guide to tell you a little about the city. Puerto Madryn has a population of 65,000 people. It is located on the Golfo Nuevo in the northern ...
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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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