La Posada de Madryn
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... I met some super people, who helped me so much, although granted, my Spanish now has a very much Argentinian influence, which most people who travel there say is the strangest one! Thanks to Juany, Vicky and Melanie!
I finally made a decision for my next move after talking to my travel agent for Antarctica. She said keep moving as the deals they get by email are the same ones on the street and it's not worth going to Ushuaia to wait for them. Therefore my next stop was ...
... garden poishing off a few more beers. Phil's roommate returned from the town and asked if anybody had seen her phone and bag which she had left on her bed. When nobody had seen them she started panicking that somebody had been in the room. That was when it dawned on us that our bag was also in the room. We all raced to the room and our nightmares were realised.
We had been robbed! Along with Phil's laptop and wallet, his roommates bag and phone somebody had stolen our ...
... the lecture about social life in the white house again at 2pm. Really enjoyed it. This Colonel Bauer (who was just a couple of months older than Bob) was a very good speaker and knew how to tell stories people like to hear.
The lecture ended at 3. I went back to the room and read Bauer's book till 5 and went to the Spa to learn my eye brow and makeup lesson. She waxed my brows and I liked it. She did ...
... they could. There were so many holes on the ground, which were dug by the penguins (male) to be their nests. There were these short shrubs all over the place. Under every shrub, there was a nest and at least half of them were occupied by either a mother and her chick(s), or a mother, or a couple. Very hard to take clear photos.
The penguins are the cutest when they walk/waddle - cute beyond description! But if you get a close look at their faces, the Magellan ...
... to be
in a prime spot in front of some show-offs – saw it in the distance having me
butties on the bay.
After lunch it was a little circuit round the southern ½ of
the peninsula Valdes, spotting Mara, big local hare with distinctive white
bands & babies, an Armadillo (or more correctly a “peludo”), Rhea,
including a male minding over 20 young, lovely rusty with ...