Travel Blogs from Puerto Madryn
... peso wine so now we have to drink 45 peso wine! For those of you unfamiliar with the exchange rate in Argentina that's $4.50 a bottle, it's a joke!), and hours of jokes about balls. After our amazing dinner we went to met Anette and Adam at the Margarita Bar- it was their last night too. The drinks weren't that good but I was so happy for tequila that I didn't even care! We waited around for ages for people to start dancing but when it became clear that ...
... who knows what could happen!) then dared to stick our toes in the water. It actually wasn't that cold, though Luca and I were the only ones brave enough to go all the way under- after a few minutes it was even too cold for me and I had to go back to the shore. We headed back to the hostel to shower then went back to the beach with Bobby to watch his last moonrise (he's leaving tomorrow!). Then we went back to the hostel for Asado (BBQ) - I met an ...
... and comfortable. We can see a sand cloud swirling on shore and we can see the city skyline—not exactly high rises, but it’s obvious the city is modern. We see the long pier and we see industrial equipment and what appear to be factories. We’re at least 30 minutes from docking and so we go in to grab our stuff should we decide to disembark. Who are we kidding? The line to disembark has already formed and it’s stretching ...
... days spent doing photographic safaris in far away places.
The last day we had time to do another trip; to tell the truth at the beginning we didn't even want to go there. It was included in the price of the other two trips, and we tried in vain to remove it to save a bit of money and energy. But in the end it was perhaps the most beautiful day: no millions of penguins nor jumping whales, just a remote place, no human being apart from our small group of six people, ...
the double-decker bus, we did activities proposed by the guides.
After that, we had dinner, saw a movie and
2° day: 27 – 09 – 13
we woke up and had breakfast. We travelled all the morning.
twelve, we arrive at "Estancia San Guillermo". In this place, we drank “mate”