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... it officially ended two days later) and therefore 95% of the penguins were already heading north to Brazil for the World Cup. The good news was that the colony has 1,000,000 penguins which means, for those of you who haven't perfected your Countdown maths, there were still around 50,000 penguins to see. A few more than London Zoo. The reserve at Punta Tombo showcases the penguins in their natural habitat. You get to wander right through ...
... tour the other day and saw two dolphins the entire time.
I almost missed my bus to El Calafate because Luca decided he wanted a private yoga lesson an hour and a half before my bus was supposed to leave and they do not refund you if you miss your bus, not even if it was because you were doing yoga with a shirtless Italian bartender on the beach.
Long long slightly scary bus ride even farther south, but that's for another post!
... 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 ...
... saw several water tankers/trucks today on our trip. There are no native trees here, because they cannot survive without moisture. Don commented that the terrain looks like West Texas, without the cattle. Barren, dry, scrub...fences to keep the sheep where they want them.
Our independent tour went to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Peninsula Valdes where the animal population is protected. After paying our park ...
... they target the babies trying to separate them from the mums and drown them. Its also one of the places where the Orcas chase the seals up on to the beach and strand themselves before wriggling back to the sea – I think it is on Blue Planet and it is amazing to actually be where I’ve watched it happen loads of times on the t.v. We didn’t see any Orcas which was a shame, but hopefully we might manage it over the next few weeks. On ...
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