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- Continental Breakfast
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... in glentana in an awesome house, right on the beach. Unbelievable! It could not be any better, even if we tried!!!, Blessed out of our socks We see ,hear, see the sea. Been for long walks along the beach! I need to pinch myself to make sure it's not a dream. This is soooooo amazing, what an awesome way to celebrate your 50 th birthday ...
We go in search of mussels (if the tide is
right) for fish food, we hack these in half and precariously lever them into
the tanks so they are face up in the tank. We also remove the old shells and
take them back out to the ocean. The sharks are fed pieces of fish relative to
their mouth size. For the baby shy-shark which was less than the length of my
hand (who was sadly released due to illness) ...
... across the motorway to get back onto the quiet green lane towards the Eden Adventures office. We returned via last night's route. I sat out on the veranda a couple of hours waiting for the cool to arrive. A sly Siamese cat with pale blue eyes crept up the wooden staircase to the cottage and pestered us for an hour or so looking cute and trying to sneak into the room whenever we weren't watching. I don't trust cats. I believe I saw either a Pallid or Montague's Harrier female ...
... and scaled the cliffs instead as climbing is more my forte.
We got across safely after 30 minutes of contemplating how to approach the river. Safe. One piece. And hardly any wet items!
It was day 5, and still we hadn't seen an otter. I was starting to think that the name of the trail was a misnomer. When we came into the clearing and the end of the trail we had a view of Nature's Valley and the 7km of uninhabited white sand beach. ...
... this blog plays witness to the fact that I was indeed stopped by the cord. Understanding the science of bungee jumping now, a person does not simply stop when the bungee begins to pull, the cord recoils and the jumper goes back up again to free fall once more. I was lucky, as a bigger gentleman my cord recoiled almost back to the top and once again I felt the blow to the stomach a free fall imposes. I did this a few more times before my cord finally ...