Comfort Inn Victor Harbor
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Despite the rain and gale force winds, we packed up and headed off to Victor Harbor. Another stunning spot along the Australian coastline. After the obligatory visit to the Information Centre, we walked the 600 metre long pier out to Granite Island which is home to Little Penguins. Unfortunately the Penguin Recovery Centre was closed and there are no Penguin Tours tonight. It tells you something ...
... Brian took some cheese biscuits to feed them - the lady told us that when they take food out of your hand it is like a thud but I let him feed them as I didn't believe her.
The cottage and other accommodation are surrounded by trees with what looked like parrots on every available branch. It got really chilly in the evening so we had to put the fire on and would you believe they even had electric blankets on the bed.
... first 60 or 70 miles with no problem whatsoever; it is only about one mile from your target that you begin to realise that the driver has absolutlely no idea where he is going or how he's going to get there. After we had asked two shopkeepers (one of whom sent us miles in the wrong direction) and a random pedestrian , all of whom looked equally puzzled, - we asked a terminally bored tuk tuk driver who sent us straight back where we had come from, and told us to ...
... and roll bands. There were three sound stages and a gathering of classic cars, mostly American. I was disappointed to see only one, moth eaten Jag with sharks teeth painted on its front fenders. Disgraceful! However, I did find an Austin A30, the first car my mother had and the one I learned to drive on. One more thing, Elvis is alive and living in Victor Harbour!
After lunch ...
... highway again and carried on to Port Augusta where we simply went and did some shopping. It was a cold wet afternoon and not much seemed to be open and we didn't feel like looking around So we drove to Wilmington in the Southern Flinders ranges, and found a beautiful bush camp with power for just $25 per night. It was quite incredible to see how the scenery suddenly changed from bush to the North of Port Augusta to rolling green fields with sheep ...