- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... too soon and it was back to Buenos Aires once again. Fortunately the boat crossing was far, far smoother this time round! We decided to stay in the more central 'Rock Hostel' (we're staying in the Deftones room for those interested) we spend the next couple of days snapping up some more presents and discarding all our smelly, broken traveller clothes to make room for all our new purchases. We visit the Japanese Gardens which are the 2nd ...
The sun was shining this morning, so after breakfast we headed down to check the waves. The waves were pretty small and no one was surfing, so I took it was a sign to wait till later. From there we walked along the other beach and around the town. The town was much busier today I assume because it's a sunny Sunday. We walked for miles and we saw two dead penguins, so it was time to head home. I made up a ...
... he would pop up for air for literally a second. He was really small, maybe like a year or 2 old.
Jenny sat around and got a tan and while she was looking around she saw another little turtle playing in a large rockpool that was getting smashed by waves. I think we all contemplated getting in for a swim with him, but it was pretty rough so we decided against it, and went for a walk to see if we could find anymore.
Whilst on the walk i had my eyes fixed on ...
... between about 25 to 50 cm. We had two very sick, skinny turtles who were most likely full of plastic and one with fishing line around its head and flippers that had cut deep into the skin. The latter will probably be fine but the two sick turtles were sent to the Karumbé base in Montevideo for further care but it didn't look too good for them :( The beaches are lovely but are so covered in rubbish. Ric and I picked up lots of rubbish from one beach on our first day. ...
... out of their way to help you. They’re super chilled too.