Hotel Gran Madryn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... wherever... Rest! Slow going, time to see all the details, time to think. Meeting new friends along the way. Hundreds of dragonflies flying at your side. The Not So Good: Neck and shoulder cramping, sore butt and ******, sore knee. Sunburned face. Wind, ugh the wind, at your side or at the head, twice the work and half the distance. Alergies! Sneezing and itchy, make it stop! Remembering something you needed is at the bottom of ...
... why it might have been running late –
all the police justifying their bank holiday overtime pulling in busloads!
More dull endless scrub for the whole trip just alleviated
by a gravel pit or 2 but not following the coast – could be, like Puerto
Madryn, some pretty places we can’t see – it’s setting is pretty, a wide fine
sandy bay, though the architecture is ...
... the beach a little later and around then you can also see orcas feedin of the young pups. Our guide stopped every now and then to show us local wildlife and a couple of pink salt lakes that were 48m below sea level. An algae in the water turns it pink. We back at the first beach on the way back at high tide and saw more whales. A few of them were breaching off in the distance. It was a tiring day but awesome.
Wed 25th June, There isn't ...
We all woke up at 7 to eat brekky and decided that 8am would be a good time to leave. We packed all of our stuff together, and tom went to fetch the car. We paid for it before we left and then set off on our adventure. Tom was driver, i was navigator and translator, and polly was moral support and cheer squad and carolina was our official spanish communicator. This was tom's first time drivin on the wrong side of the road as well so i took it upon myself to help him out a little (i didnt ...
... heading out to the Valdes Peninsula the next day to see the elephant seals and (fingers firmly crossed) some orcas, we invited him to join us. Similar to Trelew and Punta Tombo, Puerto Madryn is the īclosestī place to stay to the Valdes Peninsula. It ended up being a 400km (250 miles) drive in total, which was unexpected to say the least. To use another comparison, thatīs like driving through Wales from Liverpool and along ...