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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 …
... to happen we danced to "dancing with myself" then went back to the hostel. Kind of hung over the next morning. Had to make eggs and drink a lot of mate to recover. I'm getting good at making it though! At point in the day I was sharing mate I made with a guy from Buenos Aires! Luca tried it too, they said it was "basta bien"- good enough!!! A very high compliment in Argentina. Talked to Gaston and made reservations to go snorkeling with the sea lions ...
... living in Germany who was a published author and a really sweet Chilean couple who didn't speak much english, but through a complex system of spanish, English, and shoulder shrugs we had a great conversation. I went outside to Skye with my cousin (hey Katie!) then came back in just in time for Adam (the English/German writer) to say "and here's our American girl to sing her national anthem" "What??" "We've all already sung ours, now it's your turn" ...
... hallway on Decks 2 and 3, down the stairs and around the elevators. We decide to sit this one out. Don joins us as we watch the floor show as more people join the line. It takes forever to dock and then the captain announces that people who are disembarking need to be back aboard by 4:30 p.m. (It is now 2:30 p.m.) Three shuttle buses wait outside to take the disembarkees to town. Another coach waits to pick up the 37 overland tour folks, who ...
... company of dozens of sea lions a stone's throw away from us. We descended the steep and spectacular cliffs, we sat in silence on the beach, a couple of meters from these fascinating animals, and we enjoyed a wonderful, peaceful and quiet morning.
We will not forget these three days very easily. So many places, so many wonderful animals that most people dream of seeing in a lifetime, let alone in three days. Our guides, Mauricio and Ugo, have helped us to fully ...
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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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