Rayentray Puerto Madryn Hotel
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... again but the whales further from shore this time – saw the gulls
pecking away at the whales as I had read in an article, trying to get the nutritious
blubber form under the skin.
Having left at 8.15 and returned 7.30 it was a full-on day –
had just enough energy to whip up some nachos and crack a can or 2. Had a good
natter with some interesting fellow travellers before I retired.
... was going on. First stop was the beach I had road to night before. The whales were still there and were just as spectacular although the tide was a little lower and they were a bit further out. We then drove out to Peninsula Valdes to jump on our boat. We had gone about 15, 20 minute off shore before our pilot steered us towards our first pod of whales. He would coast up to the whales stopping a short distance away (20m or so) and the whales would ...
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 ...
... place for a couple of weeks has watched us say hello and goodbye to many faces. Starting to meet more and more people that are like us; having one goal of tackling South America for as long as possible, giving up good jobs and starting over again when they return. Hi Patagonia, the hostel we stayed in had a lovely family feel to it. Every meal time there was just one table and here we shared many stories and experiences with people from ...
... to swim in front of the boats to race with it. The
dolphins were faster but slowed their speed down to the boat to show off. After
enjoying watching this fantastic animal, we continued our way to Punto Tombo.
Argentineans were paying
less than 50% than foreigners, but the feeling of being treated differently due
to your passport disappeared when we spotted the first penguin babies on the
walkway through the national park ...