Bedwell Place Guest House
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explore. We passed by some clockwise hikers and as usual they saw Manny and
thought he was a bear cub. It never fails. After about an hour we made it to
the board walk and a section with massive cedar trees. We found a comfy set on
the split timber and enjoyed our sandwiches. The hike was much easier on the
board walk. Back at the starting point we had to wait about 30 minutes for the
taxi to return. There ...
... we met the proprietor of the establishment, Xavier Bonilla. He was quite a character, originally from South America but with European heritage and clearly someone who has held a lifelong passion for wine and is interested in all of its intricacies. He chooses to keep their operation small and only produces a few hundred bottles of their vintages each year, but it clearly works as most of them seem to be award winners ...
Once more feeling a little less frail we set off on the wilderness trail which starts on the cliff top beside the resort..
This is an undulating track with lots of access to the shore below.
CJ is not the most confident rock climber but did in fact brave the rocks to climb down to a couple of the coves
One thing that fascinated me was ...
... a brilliant scenery. It was like one of our rainforest walks but just not in a rainforest.... The walk took a while but when we reached the cove, we realised it was totally worth it.
Schooners cove was beautiful! There were birds everywhere and in the centre of it there was a huge island. I went to explore while my Dad tried to trick me into thinking there were bears ...
... off the coast, they swam around us like we were the sight to see not the other way around. We then stopped to see the many Stella Sea Lions lazing on a rock island and some in the water.
Yeah!! We saw the famous Sea Otter, we were so keen on seeing these little fella’s, they are quite big about the size of a small seal, they lay on their backs the whole time, so they can put their food on their tummies, they spend most of their time in the ...