Australis Yene hue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 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 ...
... it was locked. Bob clambered over the wall and went to the main building and was told in Argentinian that it did not open until 2:00 for a Welsh tea. This was a nonstarter. We took a few photos and then piled back into George's taxi to be taken to see one of the settler's houses. Then something very funny happened. After we'd had a coffee and a Danish in the local bakery we came out to find there were 2 white cars parked outside so Brenda got into the wrong ...
... by the locals in the end that sells food you can take away.
Friday 26th December
Our last full day in Puerto Madryn. We wanted to see a colony of penguins, but the tour is not available, so we decide to see the elephants seals instead at Punta Ninfas. We did see some a few days ago when we visited the Peninsula Valdez, but only from distance. Whereas in this tour we will be literally a few meters away from them.
After lunch the ...
... that time. They also wanted to try and keep the Welsh language strong as it was starting to be lost to the English language. They set off from Liverpool on a boat called the Mimosa and it took around 2 months to get there. Although they are uncertain how many people were on the boat, estimates put it at around 200. Mostly from Mid and North Wales and even one person from Prestatyn (my hometown for those of you who don't know). When they arrived, the locals helped them set up houses in ...
... to the hostel we decided to have another beer and keep chatting. I learned that Argentina has a really bad pesticide problem, and they drop a very harsh pesticide from planes. My observations: I think it's very weird how english songs play every where but lots of people don't understand them; I enjoy the poorly translated sale signs, menus, or store names but don't understand why they do it; Argentina sucks at Mexican ...