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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 …
We had a 7am wake up for an 8am departure to go and see orcas... Hopefully! We got picked up in a bus with about 15 others and driven on our way to peninsular valdez.The drive was about an hour until we stopped at the control check point for the reserve which was declared a unesco world heritage site in 1999. We had to pay 160 pesos for being foreign to enter, but the argentinians still got charged so we felt better about that.We continued to an interpretation centre where we looked ...
... in to our hostel. In fact, visiting Patagonia at this time of year is just like visiting Cornwall in September – you´ve still got good enough weather and even though you get a sense things are winding down, most things are still open but you don´t get the crowds.
That evening at the hostel, we got chatting to an American guy, Peter, from California. He was waiting out the rough seas to go diving and so, as ...
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... Tombo without stopping off in Gaiman on the way back. Gaiman is another odd place, again founded by Welsh settlers but bizarrely several hundred people here still speak Welsh. It's law in Argentina for schools to only teach in Spanish, but special dispensation was granted to the school in Gaiman to be able to teach in Welsh as well as Spanish! An annual Welsh cultural festival is held here every year and the village still has a few Welsh ...
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