Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa
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... spaghetti, steak, empanadas….that’s all I can remember for now. But I’m sure you get the idea.
Ahhh, ATM success this afternoon…..now I have more cash!
... Rachel for Christmas, ungrateful. From Villa Gesell we took a short bus journey to Mar del plata. Mardel, as the locals call it is described by some as the Argentinian Blackpool. I was struggling to notice any similarities until I stood in a piece of dog ****. We sunk a couple of cold ones and ate pizza before boarding the night bus to our first destination in Patagona, Puerto Madryn. Madryn was the first port of call for the good ship Mimosa*which ferried a group ...
... around. We walked up grassy areas to the top of a hill to be greeted by lots of rockhopper penguins with their young who we're beginning to moult. I managed to take pictures of albatross and young. Back on the zodiacs at 11.30 to the ship. Saw dolphins swimming with us which was lovely. Lunch was served at 12.30 followed by a briefing on our afternoon wet landing at Carcas Island at 4.00. The zodiac trip was super but there was plenty of spray and as I was in the front I got ...
... front of those crowds on the bus. border queues are no fun.
Arrived at La Posta Hostal about 7pm. This is where we stayed in 2009 and luckily it had beds for us for Saturday and Sunday nights. 8 bed dormitory just like a tramping hut. including snoring and all the other human foibles!!!! But when you are tired any bed will do.
Today is a day off, again, catching up on notes, walking!! the town and dodging rain drops. We have discovered the ...
... not cold enough to be bracing) and wonderfully soft. Shirley and I spent the greater part of the cruise on deck. We came upon several harems of sea lions, many females and a few males obvious from their huge necks and heads. Hanging out with the sea lions were thousands of blue-eyed shags, a type of cormorant. With so much wildlife there must be plenty ...