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... passenger can then see the upcoming traffic if it does not hide behind a curve or a crest. "Yes" and "No" may not be used because they can have a double meaning. We use "car coming" or "clear". Once the first car has overtaken the truck he can guide the second car over the UHF radio. Argentinans drive quite fast and take a lot of risk overtaking. So next to looking for the upcoming traffic in front you have to take care of what comes from behind. At times, there is 2,5 car next to ...
... Mar del Plata from a distance as we passed by today. We are able to get ESPN 1 & 2 so we watched World Cup cricket from Perth. I went to the 'Captains Gala Welcome' and the evening Show, it was called 'i Broardway'. Very good.
As we had done a tour last time we were here, we just went into the town to shop.
Went ashore ...
... it was locked. Bob clambered over the wall and went to the main building and was told in Argentinian that it did not open until 2:00 for a Welsh tea. This was a nonstarter. We took a few photos and then piled back into George's taxi to be taken to see one of the settler's houses. Then something very funny happened. After we'd had a coffee and a Danish in the local bakery we came out to find there were 2 white cars parked outside so Brenda got into the wrong ...
... they rule the waves but if they do approach you its fine. Only 3 groups are allowed in the water at a time. Whilst we waited we saw incredible dolphins gliding around our boat, already the £25 was worth it. The snorkelling enabled James to get really close to the shore, it was hard to see them underwater but he did see one (perhaps intentionally) make a big splash behind a group having their picture taken, it wouldn't surprise me as they are very playful! We booked with ScubaDuba and ...
... strongly than in Wales! It is famous for its high teas, but we restrained ourselves! , except for buying a traditional Welsh cake to have for morning tea tomorrow. We did visit the fancist teahouse in town – visited by Lady Diana in 1997. The highlight was the giant teapot in the beautifully manicures gardens.