- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The male elephant seals were all out at sea fishing for supper. It is the end of breeding season so there were loads of little cubs about. As we watched them James spotted a late arrival, there was a sea lion giving birth. We saw the whole thing, including the seagulls circling for the placenta (we found out this is standard behaviour pretty disgusting but I guess part of nature). It was amazing! As we walked back to the car we found a cheeky armadillo scurrying along the banks, he ...
... the lecture about social life in the white house again at 2pm. Really enjoyed it. This Colonel Bauer (who was just a couple of months older than Bob) was a very good speaker and knew how to tell stories people like to hear.
The lecture ended at 3. I went back to the room and read Bauer's book till 5 and went to the Spa to learn my eye brow and makeup lesson. She waxed my brows and I liked it. She did ...
... I could only make do with the 24-70 :-(
This penguin colony was really beautiful, especially the area right by the ocean. With the blue sky and white clouds, the sand beach with many penguins, the waves, the red rocks, it was just so beautiful! The penguins sure picked a good spot to call home. These magellan penguins liked warm weather, but today was probably quite hot for them as well - it was in the high 80s or low 90s! Even the penguins chose to stay in the ...
... Piramides. Got manhandled
into our lifevests and off, soon spotting a mother and calf. Luckily was on the
right side of the boat to see them come close and then under the boat. Rotated
my way to a spot up front for more whale action, once even a penguin popped up
in front, and back down to hopefully catch a fluke shot. Unfortunately no
breaching close enough to see properly though another boat was ...
... rising and I could see a few shapes moving out in the distance.... WHALES!!! I hadn't been in the city more than an hour and had already spotted my first pod. It was about 4 km to walk out to the point and I must have spotted about 5 to 10 whales out in the harbour. Bu the time I got back my dorm was read so I had a shower, dropped off some laundry down the road and went into town to try find an ATM. The first two banks I went to the ATMs where out ...