Las Restingas Hotel de Mar
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... along with sleeping in a van in a gas station parking lot, this scenario has the potential to make for a surprisingly perfect evening. First, making dinner with the help of the electric lights of the station, eliminating the need for our miner's lights, is a luxury. Second, simply knowing there is an actual bathroom to use, despite its lack of soap, potable water or TP, can be comforting. Further, when it began to rain a little, even though we managed to stay dry while ...
... room at all).
I was legitimately sad to leave. I knew I would probably never see them again, and I had grown to genuinely like them. I gave them both two large hugs as I departed. Happily setting forth for Esquel, and the Andes and an 8 hour drive alone.
The drive from Puerto Madryn to Esquel was not as bad as I had thought it would be. I took several breaks, including one in Los Altares, which is more of a gas station than a town. I ...
... across the field. Well, maybe she wasn’t herding them, more like chasing them, every which way. When I called her back, if dogs can smile, she was wearing the biggest grin a dog can. Tongue hanging from the side of her mouth, tail fluffed upwards and wagging furiously she returned for a drink of water while we made our lunch in the shade. It smelled of a petting zoo. We looked down to realize the entire ground was covered in sheep ...
... and ice-creams and cracked on down the R-40. We stopped to visit the important Inca ruins of Quilmes with some cool cactuses and carried on in an attempt to get to Fiambula hotsprings but gave up and camped just outside Londres and made the kids wash in the water channel as we are all pretty grubby and dusty. Somewhere along the way we got ripped off at a Petrol station who clearly didn’t fill up the tank or set the counter to zero – very annoying given ...
... is not actually a remote island. They looked like a giant version of the sea lions that we saw in the Galapagos. Unfortunately though, we could only admire these animals from a distance as we were high up on a cliff (maybe 70-80 meters up) while they were rolling around on the beach beneath us. But even at that distance, we could see how big these animals can get. 2) Magellanic penguins: These fascinating birds (over the course of our trip, we ...