Kangaroo Island Acacia Apartments
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... 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 ...
... we stop for some beers a few km away. We stock up on food and booze on the mainland as our next destination is an island home to only 4800 people.
So, when else, but on holiday can you not realize there has been a time change for 3 whole days? Thankfully we arrive at our ferry to Kangaroo Island ½ early instead of ½ hr late. It’s a whopping $368 return for this 45 minute ferry ride, making the ferry to Vancouver ...
... to next point. Well I walked 5.5 km then returned to car as I was so cold .
So we have lunch then go to a honey place that has a glass hive so you can see the queen in the middle of the workers, she has a white spot painted on her head so you can find her.
We can not buy much honey if we are to head across to WA[ not allowed in ] but we have honey ice cream and a tester of honey mead and end up buying a bottle as it very nice.
Headed to Browns ...
Up at 0630 hrs with great excitement as Santa had called during the night. He'd drunk two of my Hoegarden white beers!! Bei and I went for dip in the Southern Ocean, because we could, to start Xmas day off. Breakfast was next and cooked on the BBQ with a beautiful view of the beach. Presents were opened and everybody was happy. First visit was the Kangeroo Island Wildlife Park which was surprisingly open ...
... white sand. There were 2 bay's one with waves and one without. We opted for the calm bay and went fishing and guess what, we didn't catch anything so we went home for fabulous fish and chips. Earlier in the day we had bought a dozen Coffin Bay oysters. They were awesome, even better than the ones we had yesterday - and so reasonably priced. We also had some gigantic prawns that had to be the best we had ever tasted. We ended the day with..........wine and whisky, ...