Hosteria La Perla
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... into the small port town of Colonia del Sacramento. It’s very small and quaint with some really nice pubs and cobbled streets. Most people who come over on the ferry, empty the cash machines of US dollars before traveling straight back to Argentina to swap them into Argentinian Pesos. We however, decided to venture a bit further afield.
Next up we traveled down the coast to Colonia Suiza where we had found a horse estancia ...
... but I do know that to do some things it takes some extra planning. We are away for 8 months and going to many developing countries so planning the management of my diabetes was essential.
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The equipment required was the main problem-A LOT is needed!! I found ...
... cock fight where they were clawing the **** out of each other... no not two guys, two chickens. After that excitement strait away on the search for penguins. As we started walking down the beach we noticed heaps of dead sand sharks washed up on shore really cool but, real gross too. Around the corner we could see islands in the distance with hundreds of fur seals so we knew we must be pretty close to a pile of our own a little closer to us. As we kept walking ...
... guys to find them all :) A turtle skull turned out to be an unusual but surprisingly good hiding spot! Other animals seen here were freshwater turtles that we got to release in a lake, a lost pet tortoise, a huge tarantula (possibly Grammostola mollicoma?), a beautiful owl (genus Lechucita), dolphins and killer whales (rare here)! No armadillos unfortunately although we did see their footprints :) Volunteering at Karumbé was such a great experience; we learnt so much ...
... no more than 100 little houses, and as many hand-made friendship bracelets as money can buy. We were there to see the colony of sea lions that live there (to be clear, they live on the rocks, not in the little houses) and they did not disappoint. We sat for hours watching dozens these strange blubbery beasts from just metres away. We were so mesmerised that we forgot to keep reapplying sunscreen and came home with VERY pink faces. Colin: My pink face was soon ...