Del Nomade Hosteria Ecologica
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... we saw more penguins, elephant seals, and sealions. Sadly we didn't see any orcas- which are often seen at high tide almost beaching themselves to poach a feed, but it was incredible to see and listen to the weird noises coming from the sealions and elephant seals. The sealions had hundreds of pups on the beach that were suckling from their mamas, whilst the enormous male sealions (with mane- hence the name) stood guard from challenging younger males! Awesome ...
... the South coast of the island to Ushuaia.
We had made it! Unless one day we are to set sail on a boat to Antartica (which we did consider briefly), we will never in our lives be as far South as this! And wow, what a place!
Do you want to know what's there? Do you want to know what was at the end of our 6000km drive South? Do you want to know what is at the end of the world???
Not much really.
Other than having it's very obvious ...
... us to do pre-breakfast walks. Carol was the star, spotting two Patagonian Skunks. After breakfast we departed a little early which gave us the opportunity to do lots of wildlife phot stops along the way. Valda spotted tow Burrowing Owls, then nearby there was a family of Mara. While watching them, we saw a recent road kill Mara which attracted an owl. We watched as ...
... now in search of whales!) hoping to arrive by evening to set up camp. We arrived to Puerto Pirámide, the most populated town on the peninsula, with a whopping 400 residents, and were thrilled to find a gas station, always feeling like slaves to the size of our tank and distances between stations. Noa literally was jumping for joy when we pulled into this ACA, which was pimped up with clean bathrooms and a shop. She literally begged us to stay here rather than go to the ...
... fracturas for breakfast. And served it to you. Not the old, hard bread and self-serve of most hostels. The place really felt homely. Val sprawled out in the middle of the common area, watching everyone who was their and joyfully greeting any new visitor. When I was making lunch in the kitchen, she parked herself under the main desk in the front entrance. It was pointed out to me by the owners, who thought it was just adorable (originally she was not supposed to be ...