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... was interesting to hear of their daily life, reminded me of The Thorn Birds, if you've read it. However the sheep were secondary--we came to see PENGUINS. We left our big bus at the estancia and climbed aboard a farm truck (think migrant workers) for the 5 mile trip to the coast where supposedly we would see 300,000 penguins. Really? We ate a lot of dust on the way but it was worth it. There were penguins everywhere. We chose this tour because you could walk among ...
... 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 ...
Had a bad night’s sleep – convinced the Stella Noir and many
other negras are full of caffeine as unable to sleep after it. Was up in plenty
of time for the 9.25 bus which was a shame as office didn’t open until 10am and
the bus was even later! At least there was a space though.
Having gone through 2 major stop and search roadblocks
during the 4 hour journey ...
... going out again tomorrow. I was a bit nervous coming back to the hostel because everyone checked out today and I was scared no one new would be checking in. I was delightfully surprised I had a full bunk again. I met the new roomies in the common room/ kitchen after a hot shower. We did the regular travel talk, how long,where blah blah and went to bed. Talking with the boys today I realized how much money I was going to loose by doing the diving I wanted to get out of ...
... was going on. First stop was the beach I had road to night before. The whales were still there and were just as spectacular although the tide was a little lower and they were a bit further out. We then drove out to Peninsula Valdes to jump on our boat. We had gone about 15, 20 minute off shore before our pilot steered us towards our first pod of whales. He would coast up to the whales stopping a short distance away (20m or so) and the whales would ...