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Today, I did a trip south of Puerto Madryn to see some dolphins and elephant seals and to visit South America´s largest penguin colony. ´Unfortunately´, it was a beautiful sunny Sunday so that the beach where we were supposed to see elephant seals was packed with ...
... just any bag, but our really really really important bag containing all of our valuables. We immediatley filled with dread. This was our worst nightmare. Inside the bag were our passports, about £300 cash, our credit cards, our driving licenses, our Ipad, our other LG tablet, our new camera, our video camera, Claire's new kindle, the sd card containing all of our photos from the entire roadtrip, our notepad and a pack of sticking of plasters.
To be honest we panicked, we ...
... makeup for me (as I asked) and I bought the stuff she used. Bob later took a picture of me - I think I looked somewhat better. It's pretty sad to look in the mirror nowadays any way :-)
Dinner tonight was at Jacques, French. Enjoyed it, especially the appetizer frog legs. On this cruise we always tried to have dinner early, at 6:30 if we could, so we would have time after dinner to walk the deck, ...
... were not good looking at all:-( In addition to penguins, there were other wild life there. There was something like the ostrich but smaller. There was also something that belonged to the Lahma family but had a different name. And then there was sheep, very very wooly sheep. I loved them but did not get the chance to take a photo, unfortunately. We only stayed about 2 hours at Punta Tombo, because other group members wanted to see another town, so we really did not have enough ...
... br> Guanacos, burrowing owls and Cuis, little guinea pigs, running around the car
park. Also saw from a distance a couple of salt lakes that used to be
commercial, with even a train to ship it out, just massive pink expanses dotted
with flamingos – the biggest is 40m below sea level so it is no surprise they
are salt lakes.
The wildlife we really came for were the elephant seals ...