La Casa de Tounens
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... his mouth! Such an amazing experience to get this close to such naturally inquisitive animals. Just to show we aren't all about the partying and having a good time, let's pause to reflect that the weekend we were in Puerto Madryn was Easter, or Semana Santa to Argentinians. It's a pretty big deal in such a hugely Catholic country. Most cities have a parade where a cross is carried through the street followed by lots of people carrying ...
... ostrich and guanaco's - members of the llama family.
We ended up in Gaiman - a Welsh settlement town for the afternoon. Here the two Welshy's of the group relished every moment of having their bit of home. Afternoon tea in a traditional Welsh tea house, served by a Argentine woman with a Welsh/Spanish accent that could speak more Welsh than the two I was with made for a very surreal experience.
Sugar rush over, literally ate ...
... may still seem like a lot but there's many journeys you can do that go over 50 hours, so ours aren't really long by South American standards. One thing is for sure - when we get back home nothing will seem like a 'long' journey. Even our flight hope from Rio is only 11 hours so that will probably be one of the shortest journeys we've done. Arriving in the port city of Puerto Madryn was a bit of a contrast after experiencing the jaw-dropping ...
... br> On 29th September: We got up and went to buy regional products. I bought presents for my family and my friends. Next, we had lunch at the shopping centre. After that, we went to Las Grutas, there, we walked on the beach. It was raining. At night, we had dinner and had a costume party in the hotel.
... town and we simply wandered the cobbled streets, had some (good and bad) food, sunned ourselves and watched sunset before hopping back on the boat home. I also did a grafitti tour, it's odd as whilst it's technically illegal in BA, there are people and companies who happily give away their walls to be painted meaning it's not so underground. It was an interesting tour and took us to different parts of the city. There's also grafitti on all the subway trains, which ...