Terrazas De Mar
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... Argentinians have their main meal of Christmas on 24th, which many spend at home with family having a barbecued turkey or pork. Some choose to go to a restaurant. Restaurants are generally busy, they prepare a special Christmas menu and you have to book beforehand. Here is what we had:
- Bruschetta with cherry tomato compote, brie and hazelnut flakes
... 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 ...
... beach where we visited the Ecocenter. It was basically a museum that was explaining what kind of biodiversity they have in the area, and what is being done to conserve it. It was nicely set up, and fairly new, but it was pretty small. It cost about $9 to get in, and neither of us were that impressed with what we saw.
After that, we walked back to the hostel along the road, because the beach is covered with green seaweed and it was pretty nasty ...
... Once we were done the main guy at the dive place said he'd give me the photos and videos for free! I was super pumped about that! However, the weather was still pretty **** and it being a Sunday not much is open, so the rest of the day was kinda a bore. The boys did teach me how to play backgammon. I was in mood for some seafood, so I asked around if anyone was interested in ...
... his mouth! Such an amazing experience to get this close to such naturally inquisitive animals. Just to show we aren't all about the partying and having a good time, let's pause to reflect that the weekend we were in Puerto Madryn was Easter, or Semana Santa to Argentinians. It's a pretty big deal in such a hugely Catholic country. Most cities have a parade where a cross is carried through the street followed by lots of people carrying ...