Estancia Rincon Chico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... recommend them. The beach is nice; the water is warm, calm and easy for swimming. It was heaving on Sunday but mid-week it only started to get busy after around 5pm with families and friends congregating drinking Mate (bizarre national hot herbal drink - not recommended!) The town shuts down for siesta between 1-5pm it's hard to find anything un-touristy open in the afternoon, but it does mean the beach is nice and quiet aside from the numerous sellers of "Churrroooossss" ...
... speaker and was instantly the object of avid scrutiny. "She's English?" "What's her name?" "Where does she live?" - questions not directed at me, but at the guide or others within the asker's own group. For much of the day I was spoken about rather than spoken to, but, my nationality established, I quickly found myself in the company of a 14-year-old keen to practice her English.
It's still winter, and sunrise is late, about 8:30-9am. The ...
Right, enough of this amazing scenery and walking. I'm in charge of our itinerary now and I want to see animals. And more particularly penguins. They're awesome. And if you want to see wildlife in Argentina, you go to Puerto Madryn, half way up the east coast. Sadly we were only a third of the way up the western side of the country. So that meant a 26 hour cross-country bus journey. Woohoo! (Once you've travelled these distances round ...
The weather was perfect; the town was beautiful -- reminds me of what everyone says Miami was like in the 50s. The town is located inside a huge bay. Clean wide beach. Long boardwalk. A few condos -- if any real estate agencies were open we probably would've decimated ...
... up the sun, and occasionally jump into the water to catch some food and hopefully not become food. The point is most famous for the pod of orca that have taught generations to hunt seals off the beach by beaching themselves to catch them. Unfortunately there were no whales but we did see tons of these lazy seals. It is such an awesome sight to see these animals in their natural habitat, continually reminding me that I never ...