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... The police weren't a lot of help as you'd expect. In the morning we went to collect the crime report from the station and it was littered with mistakes and inaccuracies. It took 3 attempts to simply get our names and passport details correct.
It took us all day to sort all this logistical ******** out using very ****** wifi and only our iPhones. We spent another night at the hostel, where the kind owner let us stay in the dorm for free.
Everything was getting us ...
Yesterday's sunshine dried out the roads on the peninsula enough that it could open. The weather today was **** again though. There was a crazy fog; my tour guild just kept saying how unusually this was. Along with the peninsula tour we are suppose to get a boat whale tour our guild said it would be better to wait till the afternoon. So explored the peninsula seeing more penguins, sea lions, sea elephants, armadillo, ostriches, skunk, sheep, and a ...
... by this point. Another rare occurrence was being with an Argentinian who had left the house without his mate cup and water. He panicked a bit but then managed to scrounge a fix from some builders. Fortunately Victoria broke down our final morning in Puerto Madryn into time slots: walk, post office, eat, supermarket, eat, pack and of course,15 minutes at the end for the toilet. No wasted time before bussing up to Buenos ...
... up Ford KA, I was co-navigator and Anita the typical back seat driver! We met Anita in Bariloche, and subsequently kept bumping into her, until we realised we were heading in the same direction and would be staying in the same hostel.
Anita in her early forties lives in Cowbridge, Wales, very close to where Han is from. It was nice sharing a bit of home with each other - food being a big talking point. We joined Anita as she was ...
... to swim in front of the boats to race with it. The
dolphins were faster but slowed their speed down to the boat to show off. After
enjoying watching this fantastic animal, we continued our way to Punto Tombo.
Argentineans were paying
less than 50% than foreigners, but the feeling of being treated differently due
to your passport disappeared when we spotted the first penguin babies on the
walkway through the national park ...