“If God had an office”, noted our host, “it would be here”.
After taking some time to absorb the truly magnificent vista (and make connections between the cliff and what we’d been learning about in Science a few months ago, with rocks and minerals), we got back in the car and drove a little further. Then it was time to head down to the beach.
After the rope section, you've reached sort of a plateau, and then you have to work your way down more rocky dune, to the beach below.
The boys LOVED it! I, meanwhile, made a mental note to self: Birkenstocks are not good for rock climbing!!!
Before the long climb up the cliff, we stopped for a little snack and some mate with our driver, who happily shared, and explained the tradition to us.
The boys, meanwhile, collected an assorted of rocks and other beach treasures, and put on a little "rock show" for us!
What an incredible outing it was; I highly reccommend it for anyone visiting the Puerto Madryn area.