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... one of them is in the nest sitting on the eggs, the other one is out in the ocean cleaning themselves and gorging on food. It was extremely enjoyable walking around watching them.
After a very long, drawn out lunch we got back on the buses to make our way to Golfo Neuvo to see the Southern Right Whale. First stop was at a beach known for drawing elephant seals. All they do is rest and eat here. They have their babies and mate in other areas ...
I woke up early to go to the dive centre to cancel my session with Pablo and then be ready to go with the boys around the peninsula to see a whole bunch of different animals. I walked over to the dive centre and thankfully someone was there. I hadn't met her before and she didn't speak much English, but she said she would tell Pablo I wasn't coming. I felt good about that and went back to the hostel to met up with the boys. The weather ...
... hoping to see some wildlife and were mildly successful - seeing a couple of sea lions frolic in the sunset) before heading home. All-in-all, a great day!
On our final day in Puerto Madryn, we made an early start and took a boat to Punta Loma to go snorkelling with the sea lions! This was one of the most spectacular experiences of the trip yet - getting up close and personal with these playful critters, we were able to touch them, hug them, ...
... where you can snorkel with them. That was something we weren't going to miss out on. (It's amazing what will get you out of bed at 6am to go and jump in freezing cold water.) It was most definitely worth it. The sea lion pups are just like little puppies. They came up to us to check us out, play and try and eat our flippers. We had one sea lion get a piggy-back on Claire, and another stole someone's snorkel and started swimming round with ...
... to the Peninsula so I went on a really nice long walk along the beach and up to the lookout. Got back in the afternoon and had to decide where I was going after Puerto Madryn. I asked Luca if he could go anywhere in Argentina where he would go, he said El Calafate, I asked Isaac and the girls from NYC and they said the same thing, so I guess I'm going south to see the glacier! Good thing I found those long pants at the yoga ...
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