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We woke up incredibly excited on Thursday, early, around seven thirty, anxious to get the show on the road and see some whales! While Javier picked up the car I packed our mate, empanadas I had made the night before as on the road lunch, maps and other goodies, making sure we had everything for the trip ready to go. We ate some toast, gulped our …
... actually going to get to us though. They were within touching distance, it was crazy! Sat there on the beach watching up to 6 whales 3/4 metres in front of you jumping out of the water and hearing them is something we will never forget. Could have sat there all day, just absolutely amazing. The photos are rubbish because our camera is so slow but you get the jest. Best way to spend our last day! After that we got our first bus at ...
... and that they were all chasing the lady to mate with her, how romantic. After some whale watching we booked a tour to go snorkelling with sea lions for tomorrow (canny wait) then headed back to hostel where we had some sausage pasta then lazed about the whole night. Pretty quiet day as we had arrived too late in the afternoon to book onto any tours but probably needed ...
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We then drove through the town of Trelew, noting the beautiful graffiti that adorns many of the town's buildings. Trelew, which is basically in the middle of nowhere, was once the home to many manufacturers of wool products. The government gave a tax holiday for any company that set up shop here, resulting in many years of full employment and prosperity. Unfortunately, when the tax holiday ended, all of the manufacturers shut down and moved to more advantageous ...
... the food that we had in the hot car, especially the meat, cheese and butter. After a moment, a tasty baguette in each of our hands at the side of the car, until our attentions were averted to a group of people, pointing and taking pictures furiously. Not ones to miss out on the action, we walked over to see our very first armadillo, scurrying about recklessly, seemingly trying to nudge his was in to someone else’s picnic. The sighting was fleeting, yet fulfilling all the ...
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