Australis Yene hue
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... These penguins actually prefer the warmth and normally live in Brazil but when it gets too hot for them during summer there they migrate to Patagonia to nest. We took a tour to Punta Tombo which first involved stopping at a small town where some people in the group went on a boat trip dolphin watching (these dolphins are coloured like pandas). We skipped the dolphin watching as it was too expensive and instead walked along the extremely windy pier trying to spot dolphins to ...
... from our last touristy spot we were both missing the quaintness of Punta Arenas but undeterred we headed out to once again find our bearings. I had read about the abundance of wildlife in the area, and notably that there were lots of penguins! This was made clear by the souvenir shops we peered into, which had the little fellas in various forms! Penguins are big business in South America! Puerto Madryn was our longest stop to date and with 4 days to fill we set about planning. Hoping ...
... The birds weren't shy, so it was a wonderful experience. The chicks were due to be born any day, but we didn’t manage to see any. We watched a sea lion hunting penguins but it was outsmarted by them twice, so she went hungry!
Other birds we spotted included a Red Cardinal, Mocking Bird, Rufous-collared Sparrow, Kelp ...
... into western union and found out it is way cheaper to do that than constant bank withdrawals. So now getting money will be less painful. When dinner time came round I asked Ana (Holland) if she wanted to come to the Mexican restaurant with me. She had just picked up a steak, but she said she'd come for a beer after she was done eating. Sebastian (Germany) ended up joining us as well. I wasn't able to get a ...
... 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, ...