Australis Yene hue
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... spoke pretty good English which she was keen to practice as she's going on a 60 day trip around Europe soon encorporating London. We were excited for her, and a little jealous, until we realised we are also on holidays - but for 300 more days than her!!!
We realised the best things to do here cost an arm and both legs. But after heading across the country for it we weren't about to miss out. So after signing up for a whale watching trip we went out to explore ...
... found Scuba Duba a dive shop that runs snorkel tours, offers dry suits and lets you swim freely when in the water.
The next morning willing the weather to be good we got picked up by the tour company before sunrise and headed to the dive shop to be kitted out in our dry suits, amazingly it was just Tim and I and one other girl from our hostel on the tour. We stood on the beach in our drysuits waiting for the boat and as the sun was rising we were treated ...
... 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 ...
... visit the Welsh settlement of Gaiman some hour and a half away. Bob thankfully was persuaded not to go on the local bus and change at Trelew and get another bus then to go on Gaiman as time was of a premium. - we had to be back on board by 4:30. Anyways after some gentle negotiation we hired George and his old white Subaru taxi to take us to Gaiman. We started off squeezed in like sardines in the back and David was co-pilot. How the Welsh settlers ever found ...
... about 10 meters away and they were very aware of us. We spent about 2 hours watching three different groups in their natural habitat. On the way back we got offered mate by the Argentinian girl in our group. Mate is a drink similar to tea that all the locals drink. They carry a flask with hot water and a mate cup with a metal straw that filters the greens out. Mate is made of a plant called yerba mate. The cup is filled up to the top with yerba mate and filled with water. You ...