Hotel Gran Madryn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... oppose to a minibus that we took to Peninsula Valdez, the trip is very bumpy and there are stones flying around the car all the time, it feel like we are inside a can… When we get there we are treated with a magnificent view of the shore. The guys in the hostel told us that we will have to climb the cliff to get to the beach at the bottom. It looks quite scary from the top and it is certainly is the most physical climb we have done so far. But it really not as difficult as ...
... young lady Stephanie (who gave the brow talk) for a consultation at 5pm.
Today's lunch buffet was an Asian buffet. I stuffed myself with dumplings and roasted baby pig skin. After lunch, we wanted to take a walk on the deck, but it was quite windy so we gave up. The ocean was much more turbulent than yesterday, with swells 6-8 feet high (we were told). It made me worry about tomorrow ....
... I could only make do with the 24-70 :-(
This penguin colony was really beautiful, especially the area right by the ocean. With the blue sky and white clouds, the sand beach with many penguins, the waves, the red rocks, it was just so beautiful! The penguins sure picked a good spot to call home. These magellan penguins liked warm weather, but today was probably quite hot for them as well - it was in the high 80s or low 90s! Even the penguins chose to stay in the ...
... and the bathroom was next door..... which was shared with the room next to that. Entrance could be gained from either room and since there was no lock, to make sure you didn't walk in on anyone, you had to knock on the door. Luckily there were no embarrassing accidents. Puerto Madryn is a coastal town and although a bit run down, it had a pleasant feel to it. With a long promenade and 2 big piers, it was certainly a tourist area. After walking around the place for a while, we ...
... gave it a miss, but it was here that I met Emily who I spent alot of time with during my stay in Puerto Madryn. We ended up booking swimming with sea lions together with the agency for a couple of days time, so the following day I joined her in Peninsula Valdés to take a whale watching boat trip.
We planned to take a bus to the peninsula but on the morning of the day I chatted to some people at breakfast who had hired a car and were driving to ...