La Posada de Madryn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... you just packed oh so securely on the bike. Unexpected potholes. Cars speeding up behind you and honking. Too hungry or tired to think. It will be nice to have a few days to rest, and what a luxury this bus is right now! So, here we are at a lovely hostel in Puerto Madryn, meeting fellow travelers and exchanging stories. We are going to see the whales tomorrow and are busy planning our next stint on bikes...700km from here to El ...
... up the promenade to the Welsh settlers museum. Open between 3 and 7pm, the museum displays many artefacts and information of the Welsh settlers and their arrival on the shore nearby. We also went down to the the area where some of the houses, which were made out of lime stone were situated. It was also good to hear the woman who worked in the museum speaking Welsh. The following day we headed to Gaiman which is recognised to be the main Welsh area of Patagonia and has the most ...
... which was super fun. We got a little wet but that is all part of the excitement. Withing about 10 minutes of driving around, we spotted our first dolphin! Then our second! Then our third!
They look like baby orcas (i can say that now as i have seen them) they are black and have a huge white path down their middle stretching from just behind their head to the tip of their tail. The dorsal fin is black. They are pretty small, maybe 1.2m but so pretty! We were pretty overjoyed ...
... 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 ...
... saw several water tankers/trucks today on our trip. There are no native trees here, because they cannot survive without moisture. Don commented that the terrain looks like West Texas, without the cattle. Barren, dry, scrub...fences to keep the sheep where they want them.
Our independent tour went to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Peninsula Valdes where the animal population is protected. After paying our park ...