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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and Sea lions, as well as Magellanic penguins. While we were there it was mating season for the seals, so we witnessed huge elephant seals with their harem of females, as well as some babies. It was nerve-wracking, watching them move around, we were fearful they would flop onto a baby and kill it. There was a lot of barking and posturing going on between the males trying to protect their women! We were told there were Orca sightings nearby, but did not get to see them. This is one of ...
... 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 ...
... was terrible". She never left anywhere without her flask of tea or her sandwiches wrapped in foil.
We only planned on the one night at the hostel but as we had such a good time the first night we decided to stay for just one more before leaving for the lakes. <--- The worst decision we have ever made.
After a day exploring some of the coffee shops and bars we had another fun night with the guys we had met at the hostel. We all sat down for dinner and had a ...
... foot in Port Stanley! If by any chance we don't get to go on shore tomorrow, I definitely want to come back!
After the lecture, we went to the 15th floor hoping to take the Latin dance class. But again, it was way too crowded and we got there a bit late. So we came back to the room. Then I attended a talk offered by the Canyon Ranch Spa about eye brows. This talk prompted me to make an appointment with ...
... see them day in and day out. He said penguins were just like chickens to him.
I did not know what to expect. Even though we brought both the 70-200mm and 24-70mm lenses, after Martin told me we would be so close to the penguins that we could kick them, I decided not to leave the 70-200mm lens on the van (since it was so heavy), which was a mistake. We were only allowed to walk on the walkway, and I really needed to have the longer zoom lens to get good shots of ...