Patagonia Apart Hotel
Travel Blogs from Puerto Madryn
... cakes each - we popped up the hill to a look out spot, the sun was about to set and the sky was just incredible. 360 degree turn and you would see every colour. The clouds looked like they had been painted on to the sky. This was a special moment and extended all of our smiles. The feeling of being free is what its all about.
One more day left with the car we headed towards the Peninsula. An hour or so in of pure straight road, ...
... swimming under the water. It was a Magellanic penguin, darting through the ocean as if it was flying under water. It popped it's head up to blink at us and then dove into the waves again. We also saw some seals taking a nap under the boardwalk. They looked up at us, groggy from the warm sun and sleep, and the looks on their faces made us smile. ...
... the experience we had today. They are amazing creatures.
Some people were very seasick so we were very relieved to have been OK, you never know!
We were so very tired by the time we got back to Puerto Madryn that we had a quick change and went out to a restaurant on the next block recommended by Erika. We got there about 8.15 but were the first people in and it was only really ...
... went to the hotel, where after the check in, we took a
shower and we went to a restaurant and we met a waiter called Mariano.
September 28, 2013
We got up early in the morning, at 5.30. We took a bus
and we start our trip to Caleta Valdes and Puerto Pirámide, where we would see
... 8220;I don’t like”, the driver lowered his speed to 95 KMPH as a compromise and we continued sliding around for another 20 minutes. Once we arrived at the next part of the tour the guide acknowledged that it was an unnerving journey but the driver had to keep his foot down otherwise we would have got stuck. I don’t think anyone agreed that we needed to be going so hard. This part of the peninsula was home to ...