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... group also saw a leopard seal sneaking around.
Our accommodation included a big lounge area so we returned there for extended pre-dinner drinks. On the way to dinner we enjoyed a colourful sunset. Even though we had pre-ordered our dinner, we still had to wait and wait for it to arrive!
Tuesday 18 November.
The cliffs, views and ...
... creatures, and surprised to see wild llamas (guanacas), rodents and even an armadillo living seamlessly amongst the birds. We watched as the penguins who were ready to go, wadded out to sea and began to swim. Funny, though, they didn't just go for it. They swam around the waters near the beach seemingly waiting for friends or family.
After a day filled with penguins, our spirits lifted as high as they could be, we carried on driving north, toward the Peninsula ...
I am still not sure if it was that I took a wrong turn, never found the path, or there was no path at all. But I found myself clambering up a small dusty trail that lead upwards. Thinking everything was good, Val and I pushed onwards. Then, the higher I climbed, the less defined the path got. I ended up in people's backyards. Dogs everywhere barked aggressively at Val and I. Baring their teeth and snapping the chains taught, Val and I ...
... at the moment, Chubut, is the size of Spain the peninsula is probably the size of an english county. It took us about 2 hours to get to Puerto Piramides from where the boats depart for the whale watching.
Now, considering that this place is supposed to be one of the premier destinations for whale watching in the world we had fairly lofty hopes. * We set off and about 30 pairs of eyes were pealed on the water looking for any ...
... up a hill on another windy road (kids watching a DVD was a bit much for Lara who threw up all down the side of the car – the boys seem oblivious) and over a dam to the most beautiful greeny blue lake you’ve ever seen – wind blowing at 40 knots and into the sleepy village of Rodeo to visit a lovely coffee shop and another excellent and wonderfully friendly tourist information centre – we are desperately looking for a swimming pool for the kids but ...
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