Hosteria Puerto Palos
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria Puerto Palos Puerto Piramides
A lovely room for a reasonable price and near the sea. Some rooms have seaviews for a bit more money.
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We picked up our local guide around 7:30 this morning and headed out to the Valdes Peninsula. This is an area that is a naturally protected area that was created by a non-governmental public organization by a public law that's has been entrusted by the government. The peninsula extends over an approximate 4000 square kilometre area. The Nuevo and San Jose gulfs influence the landscape and flora and fauna that exist in the area. ...
... we did. I think he realised that hiring a car to English was a much better bet than to Argentinians as they are mental drivers!
Will try to send some more photos,
Off to Esquel tomorrow by bus so probably be more photos of Chapels and ...
... novel. We were heading to the most Southern island in the world that you can drive too - Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire) and on this distant land we would reach our final destination - Ushuaia which is aptly nicknamed Fin del Mundo or in English, the End of the World...
But before we got there we had to make one or two quick stops. The first, was a quick stop in the town of Punta Arenas for no other reason than getting some fuel, supplies and having a quick ...
... the startlingly bright orange moon rising from the horizon, high into the sky, and enjoyed our "breakfast for dinner" under the moonlight.
As heading to Punto Tombo was the plan, before leaving, I reviewed my road map with the man running the shop at the gas station where we had spent the night to determine where gas stations would be along the way as well as the best route to take. After frying up some French toast in the parking lot, we headed north ...
... sun and rough, biting wind with little rain is not the combination for the growth of rich forests.
We ventured into the tree line and realized that we were not the only ones seeking the comfort of the shade. Underneath the low-hanging trees were dozens of sheep. They saw us coming and were apprehensive, then they saw Val and began running. Val's instincts kicked in and I grabbed my camera in a frenzy trying to film her herding the ...