Kangaroo Island Acacia Apartments
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Kath and Ian planned for the six of us to travel to Kangeroo Island in the Land Cruiser. We were loaded up with our kit, surf boards, fishing rods, food and loads of beer and wine and set off for the early morning ferry. It was an hour to the port Penneshaw and by the time we embarked on the 9:30 sailing, the sun was already shinning. The currents coming through the straight made it ...
With the sun setting we had to creep along the road at snails pace to ensure that we kept our no road kill sheet clean and end the perfect day on a high. Despite the attempts of several suicidal kangaroos and wallabies we made it and parked Heidi up for the night.
Once again my day was not quite over and I had to keep an eye on the courtyard for all the Possums and Wallabies that are meant to be there and finally my persistence paid ...
... through a series of occupied pens. We arrived to find other group members busy feeding a variety of animals. Paul was a fabulous character, full of life, cheeky, witty and clearly passionate about his wildlife. I'll not bore you with the details so here's a brief summary: I held a marron (lobster type thing), baby kangaroo, a possum, a koala, a bearded dragon and a Shingleback. The koala was called Lou and was very soft and smelt of eucalyptus! ...
... partner Steve were sailing in the race,on different yachts. So we were pleased & proud that Narelle's yacht made it without any problems. Dad was happy that his daughter was safe. Well done. New Years Eve was very quiet, Gawler folk don't get too excited about the year end. We walked to a restaurant "Feast on Murray", had a lovely meal & home in bed by 10.30pm. Watched the fireworks next morning on TV. So 2014 is now with us. We still have ...
... t offer us much, I ended up having a deaf old dish but regrettably everything was breaded and deep fried even the scallops! Now that's a mortaller, I.e. mortal sin! Headed for the capital town and got some groceries, we also availed of free internet at local hotel. and we had lovely T-bone steak and veggies followed by Tim tams, the guys hadn't tasted these scrumptious Australian fare. ...