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We bid the beaches farewell and kept heading south to spend Harry's birthday in Puerto Madryn. This windy little town is famous for its sea lion colonies just off shore, so we spent Harry's big day snorkelling with baby sea lions (not so baby.... they are huge!). A highlight for Harry for sure.... me, well ...
... I followed her! Ooops! We then went back to Puerto Madryn on a white knuckle ride as George drove whilst writing and receiving text messages and speaking on his mobile and screeching to a halt at sleeping policemen. Eek! Brenda and I sighed with relief when we arrived back in one piece. We found wi-fi but unfortunately no photos just can't download them on to the card reader. Will be able to take a few on iPad but it is awkward! I have never seen so many dogs ...
... entire beach. They were definitely not as docile as the penguins. The males are very protective and we saw numerous fights among them. There were many juveniles (the black ones) who stuck close to the adult females. They wouldn't want to be caught in the middle of a territorial dispute.
Back to the bus for another two hour drive to the ship. The tour was long, expensive but well worth the experience. I can't imagine ever seeing so many penguins and sea lions ...
... das der Campingplatz sich auf einem Hügel außerhalb der Stadt befindet.
Dort angekommen stellten wir unser Zelt auf und verstauten unsere schweren Rucksäcke. Wir liefen den ganzen Weg zurück in Richtung Touristen Informations Büro in der Stadt. Dort wurde uns auf einer Karte charmant erklärt das der Weg von der Stadt zum Campingplatz nur 4km beträgt. Wir sind ja beide gut zu Fuß und können auch Distanzen abschätzen, aber nach unseren ...
world....the females get to 16m and the males 13m! At this time of year
the females stay in the bay of Puerto Madryn to teach their babies how
to swim and eat before they then head to Antarctica. A couple of Mums
and babies came right next to the boat! It was amazing! After doing the
boat trip we had luck on our side.....Orcas (killer whales) can also be