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... br> From the winery we visited Smith’s Beach and then onto Canal Rocks, an unusual rock formation, extending from a peninsula south of Smiths Beach. These huge banks of granite rocks have eroded along a dead straight line running north to south forming the main canal. Several smaller canals cross perpendicular to the main canal adding to the beauty of the area. We stood for ages watching the waves break over the rocks and the force of the water as ...
... Ahhh, the appreciating we have for such simple delicacies.
Lunch was cooked on the BBq along the beach shore line which has dozens of picnic areas well set up and being a Sunday, all were full of families enjoying this magical weather today.
Moff decided to take himself fishing. Three lads wanted to go along as well. Poor Moff.
Lochlan stayed with me for a while and we ...
... watched them all day they were amazing! We walked down the sandy beach to play some volleyball and beach footy which was so much fun! A right mix up of teams, Italians, Germans, French and us Brits made it a good laugh! I hope we can play every week as it's a good workout as well - i do miss playing footy. A quick stop in the bottle shop on the way back to pick up some beers and snacks in preparation to watch the World Cup. I ...
... her being a dog this will be quite useless as she will never be able to turn it on! Plus, as it is the communal drinking water tap, she will probably get a severe telling off next time she tries! Sorry Maggie!
We walked through the bush to the Ngilgi Caves and ventured in on a semi guided tour conducted by a rude Brit! The caves were awesome, seeing stalactites and stalagmites, crystals, straws and bacon! There is an amphitheatre inside where they have occasional concerts, ...
We had to check out this morning so used the free resort Kayaks for a lovely paddle. We saw Straw Necked Ibis and a very cute diving duck with a lovely fan tail.
After check out we visited the cheese, chocolate, silk and cereals factory.outlets, not the most impressive shops but fun none the less. We drove on to Bunker Bay and ate in the Bunker Bay cafe overlooking the white sand beach. Alex is ...