Estancia Rincon Chico
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... was going on. First stop was the beach I had road to night before. The whales were still there and were just as spectacular although the tide was a little lower and they were a bit further out. We then drove out to Peninsula Valdes to jump on our boat. We had gone about 15, 20 minute off shore before our pilot steered us towards our first pod of whales. He would coast up to the whales stopping a short distance away (20m or so) and the whales would ...
... by this point. Another rare occurrence was being with an Argentinian who had left the house without his mate cup and water. He panicked a bit but then managed to scrounge a fix from some builders. Fortunately Victoria broke down our final morning in Puerto Madryn into time slots: walk, post office, eat, supermarket, eat, pack and of course,15 minutes at the end for the toilet. No wasted time before bussing up to Buenos ...
Carolina tagged in and did her official communicating and then dumbed it down so i could understand and translate. It was basically a documents and licence checklist which we got through pretty easily10 minutes later, we found ourselves at the port, parked up and found our tour company (with some more help from carolina). We got our tickets, put on our life jackets and looked at some amazin photos of the dolphins before heading to the boat! The dolphins we ...
... middle of it. No matter, she says all shore excursions are cancelled. We’re disappointed, but as we know from our experience on the QM2, a cruise is a living thing—things change and we just have to deal with it. We eat dinner and watch the waves outside the window. It is obvious the captain has put the pedal to the metal since the water shoots by us instead of lazily meandering. After dinner, we play a little Roulette and Black Jack. ...
... br> Prima di Punta Tombo, e prima dei pinguini, siamo stati sulla Peninsula Valdes: una riserva naturale circondata dal mare e da una costa spettacolare. Animali selvatici ovunque: guanacos, una specie di lama, al galoppo per la steppa, strani uccelli simili a degli struzzi che scorazzano in giro, armadilli curiosi e via dicendo. Ma lo spettacolo pił meraviglioso si svolge nel mare: abbiamo fatto un giro su una barca e visto da vicino alcune balene nuotare, saltare e ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service