Cereal & amp; Gardenal - Fragments of mine, poetry, prescriptions, places I walked, thoughts that sail, my labyrinth, my shell.

Fordham College at Lincoln Center Mc Kean Hall

Fordham College at Lincoln Center Mc Kean Hall

This is the last part of a series I started writing about our trip to Patagonia. Peninsula Valdes was our last stop. And because of my many changes and partly my laziness, I'm just writing now. Peninsula Valdes was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to. In fact, in Patagonia, my eye that does not believe looked at the divine, one of those rare experiences that life brings.

How to get there: you can take a flight from Buenos Aires Trelew or Pueto Madryn and from there you will drive to the Valdes Peninsula. You can stay in Trelew, Puerto Madryn or even Peninsula Valdes, this will depend on your travel planning. In our case, we arrived by plane in Trelew, we rented a car, we did some tours in the region and after Trelew to Peninsula Valdes we went with a taxi (closed price and then you agree with the driver), because we wanted to do several tours in the Peninsula. To enter you pay a fee, so if you have to go more than a day there, you will have to pay the entrance fee once more. Staying there you only pay once. You can also go by car from Buenos Aires, if you like adventure. The roads are not at all bad, but watch out for gas. In the Patagonian region you can spend a lot of time without seeing a gas station, so schedule the stops for the stations / cities on the way. It is more than 8 hours drive from Buenos Aires, but if you count the stops, possible congestion, this can increase a lot.

Cereal & amp; Gardenal - Fragments of mine, poetry, prescriptions, places I walked, thoughts that sail, my labyrinth, my shell.

Where to eat: Unless things have changed a lot, the place has few options, but I can not complain, I ate well and at a fair price. What you can not miss: the region has absurdly delicious artisan beers made with Patagonian hops. So, you will not have another opportunity to taste this delicacy anywhere else in the world, enjoy. Another tip: the Torrontés wines. such wines are probably coming from grapes from the region of Spain, which due to the distinct climate of the country originate, have a more striking but very interesting flavor. Here are some of the places I liked very much.

La Estacion: delicious dishes, very well made drinks, an atmosphere full of stories, rock concert tickets memorable on the walls, excellent service, loved the music. We ended up eating there almost every day of our lives. Link to their page is here The Wind Comes The Wind Goes: think of a beautiful place of everything, with delicious juices, and still break some local handicrafts to buy. A cool place to have breakfast, afternoon snack or something lighter. Do not lose the juices, there even in the winter it is very dry we need to be hydrated. Follow the link of the blog of the products of crafts, etc. that you find there http://vientoviene.blogspot.co.nz/

There is a boat trip where you can see the whales (it was then we were there) and the sea lions (there is an optional dive with the sea lions), as well as bird watching. Watching the whale pass under the boat with the baby ... they are giants, we are so small, nature is something so bigger and more powerful.

This next photo is not mine, but it is to have an idea of the size, I could not take good pictures of the whales, being close to such a magnificent animal does not need photos but to feel.

link to photo here

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