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... soil being eroded away.
They are really keen the surfers in this area they have to paddle out so far just to catch a wave,
even the beach goers share it ...
... we did. It's really lovely and quite popular with the locals.As there is only space for 6 or so camps it's really not crowded and there's plenty of beach for everyone. Sat This morning was cool but sunny then turned a bit windy,dull and showery this afternoon. Good time to catch up on some reading Sun and Mon Much the same but the wind dropped and it got quite warm Watched brave souls swimming and surfing but no one caught any fish! Terry has given up! Tuesday Time ...
... and the reflections of the formations, the most amazing being the suspended table. A 5.4 tonne formation of 2 columns hanging from the roof holding up the connected flow stone which has nothing underneath it up after the water has eroded away the limestone. Another of those you will only see it here moments, only 2 of these in the world and the other isn't in a tourist cave. As we left the cave, in another down pour we decided that our BYO lunch in the back of the car would ...
AM- a sleep in this morning, but it was drizzling rain, so glad it didn't rain yesterday. We went down to watch the kids triathlon but it had finished by the time we got there. So, waited around for the World Championships roll down at 11am, not many people there, probably around 70-80. There were 30 entry slots for the World Championships in Austria, 1 for ...
... and a white Chenin Blanc wine that I thought was pretty good. Something that was kind of funny is that the server thought that all of us were from Europe. We mentioned that we were all College Students from the US, and I'm not sure if she misheard, or what happened, but for the rest of the time she referred to us as "The Europeans."
The highlight of the trip for me was the Grove. The taster was hilarious, and their wines and cocktails ...