Estancia Rincon Chico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... away would leap up vertically then crash back down into the water with a mighty splash, a fearsome sight. I learned they did this to shed dead skin cells.
We were on the boat for about an hour. It was sunny and bracingly cold, but worth it to see these majestic creatures up close.
The rest of the day was spent driving around the penninsula, stopping occasionally to look at other animals. Come September, the Penninsula valdes is home ...
... and drank beer. Remember that I haven't drank in a month so I went to bed at like 11- pretty amazing first day.
Next day up at the crack of 8am for breakfast: bread with dulce de leche and coffee, ooh the coffee, 3 cups of black gold! After breakfast Cecile, Emily (Switzerland), and I went shopping- Cecile needed a bikini bottom, Emily needed a tote, I needed nothing but I still ended up with a super cute romper, a map, and 2 crystals, hooray! It was ...
... the world; A South African girl who left her job in London, an American family with 12yr old twins who were being home schooled along the way, a German middle aged teacher who was on sabbatical that taught me about the German schooling system and how competitive they are to bring standards up to have the best education system in Europe, a Belgian man who didn't have his work contract extended so within six days had left his long term ...
... great shots. They were nibbling on our equipment and started biting gently into
our fins and even hands, just like a little dog when it wants to play. The
curiosity in their eyes and their fast and flexible movements through the water
was incredible. Unfortunately we had to stop the dive after 28 minutes because
too many people were in the water at the same time and the park rangers called
us in which was disappointing.
... learned more about marine life - and there were also displays about sea birds, land animals such as the armadillos, the indigenous people and their hunting tools, and garbage that accumulates along the shore and in the water.
Puerto Madryn was settled by Welsh voyagers in the late 1800s and so maybe we should have travelled down the road ...