Kangaroo Island Acacia Apartments
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... wine region, and an up & coming microbrewery area so we spent a couple of days exploring some of the cellar doors and breweries. Most impressive were Chapel Hill, housed in a beautiful old church and Samuel's Gorge, also in heritage building, but with a more laid-back vibe. The wines at both were outstanding, particularly the big-red blends and we ...
... body or the head.
Today was the coming out party for the new GoPro camera. I have some fun footage now - just need to learn how to make a good clip from it all.
Of course Cricket was still on when we got back and we saw that the Aussies only needed 184 for the win - easy. They prevailed too.
We were warned today as I started a fire - making at least the main room nice.
Early to bed as the sun and outdoor adventures have left us sore and ...
... The co-owner came over to say hi and we ended up spending an hour there. She loves talking to kids about art and hearing why they like or dislike pieces. A fun time. We stocked up on food (thankfully) and drove 45Min or so down to Vivonne Beach - it has been voted one of AUS best beaches in the past. Our cottage was there waiting along with our own Wallaby - who was hanging around our front ...
... the fish was lovely and fresh (and half of KI's population appeared to collect their Friday evening take-away from them while we ate, which confirmed to us that it was a good choice). If you're ever in Kingscote, we can recommend Kangaroo Island Fresh Seafoods in Telegraph Road.
The accommodation was strictly no frills, but we did manage to catch the end of the cricket on TV before some welcome ...
We drove across the island to Admirals Arch and the visitor centre. The centre had great gifts. ( Katie chose a Christmas present - that's our shopping done Di) and we'd spotted our first koalas. Admirals Arch was a short coastal boardwalk to see a different type of seal on a cliff coast. Further round the coast we walked around a unique geological feature, "Remarkable Rocks". These were a granite formation and part of the sea cliffs. We moved on to Hanson Bay with ...