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... to be our lucky day. It was so amazing, we kneeled on the ocean floor, and the inquisitive little creatures amused themselves, and their curiosity, by swimming up to us, gently biting our hands, fins, my head! (I had to keep adjusting my mask coz they were biting at the band on the back of my head). Cam started to play a little game with one of the sea lions – a bit like slaps, but the sea lion seemed to enjoy it all the same. At one point one of the sea lions imitated ...
... there to hold us in place either so we left the bay as soon as we arrived and headed to Antarctica a day sooner, giving the passengers an extra day of scenic cruising when we got to Deception Bay.
Today in Madryn, my usual café didn’t have any wifi working so I went across the street to another place. Madryn is a funny little town. It’s half typical, sleepy, local South American town and half a tourist resort ...
... dolphins. The boat was really rocky and I ended up feeling slightly squiffy. I told the guy giving the tour on the boat and he told me to loosen my life jacket and then he preceded to take if off! Sooo I'd stop feeling sick but may drown... Hmmm!! It's a catch 22 situation!! The guide told us the dolphins will play out different behaviours depending on the time of day. The dolphins were in ...
... cake but there was no choice to order what you wanted... the Nannas were too crafty for that. It was a case of eat it or take it with you. The Nannas slight of hand was complete when the bill arrived, we had had four cups of tea a piece of bread and jam and a piece of slice for $40! The rest it seems would be donated to the hostel. Don't worry about the mean streets of Rio, what you have to watch is the crafty Nannas in ...
... rubber. Flat tire! Here we were, stuck in the middle of nowhere. Images of the boat leaving without us quickly flashed through my mind. Off in the distance we saw a plume of dust. It was a bus from the boat. The driver stopped, invited us onboard, and dropped us off at the entrance to the park.
I’m sure you have all seen the images of large, adorable penguins waddling slowly across endless snowy ...
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