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... on the rugged Madrynense coast.
'Navy blue, it's blinkinī windy it is.' said Jones.
'We need to find somewhere to shelter we do.' agreed Jones.
'I saw some caves by yere I did.' said Jones.
'By where?' asked Jones.
'By yere.' answered Jones.
'By where?' asked Jones once more.
'By yere!' answered Jones.
'Ah right, by yere. Tidy.' said Jones.
And so the first Welsh settlers sheltered ...
... We spun the van round and set off back to the hostel to get our beloved passports back. What a relief!
As soon as we turned the van around, BANG! A lorry drove past us, kicked up a stone and put a huge bullseye in the middle of our non insured windscreen. Brilliant.
We drove the rest of the way in silence.
1 - Don't purchase the cheapest travel insurance available. It's pointless.
2 - An onion simply wrapped in foil and put into the hot coals ...
We got up at 6am to make sure we would be on shore to meet our tour group by 8am. The ship actually docked at Puerto Madryn way before we got up, probably 2 or 3 am. We were the first two (among our 10-people group) off the ship. Our tour guide was already waiting for us. His name was Martin, speaking fluent English. When all 10 of us were there, we walked the 1km walkway from the ship to the pier to get on our van.
Punta Tombo was a national park about 108 miles south ...
... There was a fish and chip bar by the ticket booth for the Dolphins. We had lunch there and it was delicious. You were able to tell how fresh the prawns were. Once we got back to the hostel my room had completely changed again. There was a new Scottish doctor who's heading to Bariloche too. I told him what hostel I think I am staying at and hopefully we get to meet up ...
... 44 gallon drum which evidently turned into a game of who could throw a rock into the bin first with the loser punishment being beer purchasing. Tom got his straight away; Maarten followed in quick time and although i was buying the beers, i wasnt leaving until i completed this stupid task. I eventually got it.The ride back was horrendous. The wind was destructive. We actually battled winds that must have been 20-30 knots the 14km ride to get there took ...