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UNESCO Patagonian Penguins

I was really torn before our visit to Puerto Madryn in Argentina. We had time to visit either the Península Valdés (Valdes Peninsula) UNESCO World Heritage Site or Punta Tombo Magellanic Penguin Colony, the largest in South America. 407 more words


Punta del Diablo: A winter jaunt to the beach

Days: 369-370 (29 June 2015 – 30 June 2015)

Total distance travelled: 83,475.76 kilometres (51,848.3 miles)

Despite the countless fellow travellers we’ve met over our journey to date, a mere two or three had actually visited the tiny pocket of land between Argentina and Brazil that is Uruguay. 1,055 more words


Those Three Little Words....

‘The flight’s closed.” Yes, so technically that’s four little words, but the title wouldn’t have been quite so snappy. What happened, in a large nutshell, is this: 3,329 more words

Brazillian Man Makes A Penguin BFF

In March 2011, João Pereira de Souza​, a 71-year-old retired widower, found a Magellanic penguin from Patagonia washed up on a beach in Brazil near his home. 164 more words

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