La Posada de Madryn
Travel Blogs from Puerto Madryn
We left Buenos Aires on Sunday afternoon by bus - destination Puerto Madryn. The bus ride was 20 hours long but very confortable as the bus network in Argentina is amazing: seats which turn into beds, lunch, dinner & breakfast, English films on TV.. Ryanair eat your heart out!
It was also an interesting ride thanks to the crazy driving and …
... Sea Elephants and Sea Lions - Orcas also frequent the waters in the hopes of finding a stray sea lion/elephant pup for lunch. Sadly no matter how much I encouraged the pups to swim out to sea they were reluctant, and I didn't get to see any Orca action (maybe next time!). The hostel was lovely, a really friendly family environment with 'asado' (BBQ) every night. I met some really great people and had lots of ...
... at all, but it was totally worth it. Forget about growing old – one day, baby, I’ll be a sea lion.
On the next day, we went to Punta Tombo, about an hour’s drive from Puerto Madryn, where the world’s biggest colony of Magellanian penguins is. Imagine being surrounded by 800.000 penguins, giving way to them when they cross the path in their walking style – a weird mixture between elegant, clownish and ...
... wait, now it’s stopped. Shuttle buses continue to run between the city and the dock, picking up people and dropping others off. The wind continues to pick up. Around 4:00 p.m., the line on the gangway turns around and reenters the ship. It is obvious something has been said to them about the availability of going ashore now that’s it late. The shuttle buses return and people step off them and walk to the end of the dock to take ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool