Paradores Austral Bahia Blanca
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... cornfields, meadows with or without cows. Farms lie protected by trees in the middle of the fields. The Ruta 3 is quite wobbly now, 325 km from Buenos Aires. We decide to drive until one of the suburbs, find a cabana and go into town the next day. We already booked a hotel but we need to find a good spot to park the cars. That may take a ...
Off the Coast off Bahia Blanca:
Another 'At Sea Day'. Woke late as the clocks went forward in anticipation of going to Uruguay. It was a quiet day, but it is funny how we seem to fill it in with stuff like climbing stairs again and again! We are on the 9th deck - aft, the theatre (where we go for lectures) is 4th deck - forward, and the Cafe where we eat is 10th deck - aft. That is just above us and we do hear noise ...
... which I got loads of pics of. I followed a huge toad with pale spots on
back to the river too, and once it got dark and we went to bed it sounded like
someone was playing a xylophone as fast as they could with all the noise the
toads were making. Tried to work out what stars we could see too as it’ll be
different here on the other side of the equator – must get online when we
stumble in to wifi and check as the skies are all so clear here.
... and ancient. Bahia Blanca is a port city and has a large processing plant run by Cargill. They process canola and sunflower seeds for the oil. The place smelled like a world poutine cook-off! We managed to take a local bus to and from the port and then to and from the port again, as we were looking out the windows and not really paying attention as we passed through the Plaza twice!
The purchase of the bus tickets was ...
... that I (mostly) understood :)
Juli is 20 years old and is studying law at the university in Bahia Blanca. She lives with her family, consisting of her mum, dad (who is a scout leader), sister Anto (17 and also a guide) and brother Juan (15, scout) - so they are a pretty guidey/scouty family! They live in a lovely house on the edge of the city. Bahia Blanca is possibly the most confusing city I have ever been driven through, I constantly felt like we were going in circles, ...