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... is a tough environment. We saw guanacos roaming and watched rheas run through the scrub, they can cover a lot of ground quickly. We also saw maras, which look like a cross between a rabbit and a guinea pig, but hop like a kangaroo, or a pogo stick!
We left the estancia and continued on the Peninsula Valdez to Punta Norde to view a sea lion colony. We heard them grunting and roaring before we reached the beach--a teeming mass of wiggling bodies stretched ...
... to a huge peninsula that has various stops for animal watching. The main reason we went on the tour was to see elephant seals but unfortunately the viewing platform was too far away to be able to capture their elephant like trunks. Whilst we were out of whale watching season, which the area is famous for, there was the possibility to see orcas and although groups had seen them just the day before us, were weren't that lucky. We finished the day with an overnight bus on the long straight ...
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
I got up early, so I could get ready for my first diving lesson. Yesterday the guy at the diving place kept saying my diving instructor was very sexy. So, my expectations may have been too high because I wouldn't call him the dream boat that the first guy claimed he was. We quickly went over some ****. The session was quick and easy and I was done an hour and half later. Pablo and I set up my next 'class' for Saturday. ...
... the beach a little later and around then you can also see orcas feedin of the young pups. Our guide stopped every now and then to show us local wildlife and a couple of pink salt lakes that were 48m below sea level. An algae in the water turns it pink. We back at the first beach on the way back at high tide and saw more whales. A few of them were breaching off in the distance. It was a tiring day but awesome.
Wed 25th June, There isn't ...