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... I followed her! Ooops! We then went back to Puerto Madryn on a white knuckle ride as George drove whilst writing and receiving text messages and speaking on his mobile and screeching to a halt at sleeping policemen. Eek! Brenda and I sighed with relief when we arrived back in one piece. We found wi-fi but unfortunately no photos just can't download them on to the card reader. Will be able to take a few on iPad but it is awkward! I have never seen so many dogs ...
... day and we wish we could spend more time in the peninsula.
We get back to the hostel in the evening, eat and do some research about which restaurant to book for tomorrow.
Wednesday 24th December – Christmas Eve
We are taking it easy today. I am trying to catch up with my Czech family and friends who celebrate Christmas on the 24th and in the afternoon we go for a walk on the beach. For 9.30 pm we have made a booking at ...
... beach where we visited the Ecocenter. It was basically a museum that was explaining what kind of biodiversity they have in the area, and what is being done to conserve it. It was nicely set up, and fairly new, but it was pretty small. It cost about $9 to get in, and neither of us were that impressed with what we saw.
After that, we walked back to the hostel along the road, because the beach is covered with green seaweed and it was pretty nasty ...
... to the hostel we decided to have another beer and keep chatting. I learned that Argentina has a really bad pesticide problem, and they drop a very harsh pesticide from planes. My observations: I think it's very weird how english songs play every where but lots of people don't understand them; I enjoy the poorly translated sale signs, menus, or store names but don't understand why they do it; Argentina sucks at Mexican ...
... Then we all piled onto a bus and drove to Punta Lomo, stopped on a beach, got into a boat and drove the rest of the way to the colony. We could see them on the rocks and playing in the water and our guide, Francisco "Call me Gringo", said it was going to be a perfect day! He invented his own system and PADI diving certification for swimming with the lobos- you don't move your arms at all because it scares them and to attract them we ...
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