Hosteria Puerto Palos
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A lovely room for a reasonable price and near the sea. Some rooms have seaviews for a bit more money.
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... park we visited the information centre which had a southern Right Whale skeleton set up. we were all amazed at the "fingers" and remnant leg bones. At Puerto Pyramides we boarded a bot to go Whale Watching. We boarded it while it was on a trailer on the beach. A tractor then drove it out into the sea.
After about 20min, we saw our fist whale. The boat ...
... 3 until the turnoff to route 32, heading to the coast. We drove for a good hour along this 60 kilometer stretch dirt road with a couple of concerning, however navigable spots, until we arrived to a clearly impassable section which had been thoroughly flooded. Our van would have NO WAY made it through this virtual river. After an hour of driving on on this road, only twenty kilometers from the coast, so close to the largest penguin colony in South America, yet so far, we ...
... along a ridge overlooking the beach, watched some tourists feeding an Armadillo bread, and were also able to see dozens of penguins lounging in the summer sun.
Along with the marine life, there are a few estancias (ranches) on the peninsula that raise sheep. While looking for a place to eat lunch we noticed a grouping of trees about a hundred yards from the road. These were practically the first trees that we had seen along the route. ...
Day 13 – 13 October 2012
Probably the noisiest campsite yet, trucks rumbling by and the cocks started crowing about 0230, followed by a raging dog howling match so a grumpy start today. Managed to find a coffee shop and met some lovely mountain bikers who were very interested in what we were doing and determined to give us a ton of advice about which route to go, which we ended up ignoring in favour of the “smooth” rode as we had a ...
... It's almost like driving on ice as the wheels on the car would sometimes lose traction on the gravel and threaten to spin out of control. In fact, it actually did spin out of control while I was driving. For a split second, our lives flashed before our eyes. Fortunately, there were no other cars around when it happened and with as much calmness as I could muster, I put the car in reverse (it was a manual) and got back on the road. It must have freaked ...