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Travel Blogs from Puerto Madryn
... ostrich and guanaco's - members of the llama family.
We ended up in Gaiman - a Welsh settlement town for the afternoon. Here the two Welshy's of the group relished every moment of having their bit of home. Afternoon tea in a traditional Welsh tea house, served by a Argentine woman with a Welsh/Spanish accent that could speak more Welsh than the two I was with made for a very surreal experience.
Sugar rush over, literally ate ...
... and had a spot of tea in the same location as the late Princess Diana. But it seemed an awfully long way just for a tea.
The city rests in a natural harbour of the Golfo Nuevo and there is a lot of wildlife in in these waters. We had our eyes open for wales but no sightings. The best part of our day was walking on the pier and spotting ...
... Hugo! but the orcas still swim in to catch them. Nature !!!
We managed to get some photographs of the whales but the boat was moving about, up and down so much, it was difficult to hold on and hold the camera at the same time. Also, it's so magnificent to see a mother with it's baby, that I didn't want to miss it by focusing on the camera ( unintended pun !). I may never see one again in my lifetime but I'll ...
... Madryn at five o’clock. We stopped at General Alvear, were other kids
came with us. After we arrived, we went to a small farm called “San Guillermo”.
There we saw sheep, chickens and I donīt remember what else. We learned how you
can shear a sheep.
After all that, we made a long walk that ended on the
beach. And ...
... were soon put off this!
On transit to the second stop on the tour a storm came in and it started raining fairly heavily, this made the loose gravel roads very treacherous. We were doing around 100KMPH when we started snaking from one side of the road to the other, it was pretty scary to say the least. This went on for around 5 minutes with the sways getting more and more severe. When one of the Argentine tourists shouted ...