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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... only serves up their own lamb that is cooked over a fire. We arranged to go see the penguins in an hour and tucked in. They bring out plates with various cuts (you can hear them carving it up in the background) they only accepted cash and running low we opted to share, we needn't have worried about going hungry as once we finished the plate they refilled it! The tastiest lamb we have had in Patagonia by a mile! We paid £35 each for the tour of the rockery and it's the best £35 I have ...
It's another sea day, as we sailed towards Port Stanley. We got up before 8:30, had breakfast, and attended the lecture at 9:30. It's about the battles for the Falklands in 1982, by the same speaker Terry Bishop who is an excellent speaker. I was never that much into history, but his lectures fascinate me. And I now understand the war about the Falklands. I am definitely on the British side!! And now I'm more eager ...
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 ...
... jam of mothers calling to and trying
to keep tabs on their calves – the white was pretty easy to spot. Finally saw
some breaching from a baby from the clifftop lookout and after we had decided
to head off, after 3 hours there, a big mother was doing it multiple times but
in deep water. Did the find a Cuis and straightaway a ride back to town. Yet
another old guy in a pickup, this one with wife and ...
... but for the moment it's mostly host to elephant seals, sea lions and the occasional amarillo. We paused to look at a group of seals basking on a beach. One raised a fin and flapped it lazily by way of greeting.
The rest of my time in Puerto Madryn was fairly uneventful. I went for a walk down the beach to the EcoCentro Museum to learn more about the area's conservation efforts. The whales had given the town an unexpected tourist boom: ...