Estancia Rincon Chico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... precious travel time, so I decided to keep moving, but make my way down south towards the goal!
After Cordoba I decided on Puerto Madryn as it has great wildlife, and was in the direction I wanted to go. I got a 21 hour bus from Cordoba which arrived at 11am the following morning. I checked into the hostel and met some other guests immediately. We talked about renting a car to go to the Peninsula, as tours, like everything in the area, were very expensive. Unfortunately ...
... decided to rent a car and drive ourselves. The roads on the Peninsula are a nightmare! We had been warned numerous times, this was backed up with the hire car's crack covered windscreen, but undeterred we headed off. It took around 2 hours of dirt track driving to reach the place, the wildlife along the way was fun even if the roads weren't. As we pulled up and saw one small mini bus and a couple of cars parked up I knew we had made the right decision. They have a restaurant that ...
Arranged with a fellow Brit, Anthony, to go to El Doradillo
for high tide to see more whales – cost 240$ just to get there but waiting
times were too short as standard and too pricy if extended, so decided to try
and hitch back.
Left just after midday for high tide at 2pm and there was no
whales for the 1st 45 mins so happy we didn’t have the taxi wait.
... 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 ...
... 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 ...