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... to some advice we went first to the whale viewing platform overlooking Logan's Beach where we spotted a couple of whales breaching. I tried to get some shots but the wind felt gale force and straight off the Antarctic! After being blown away, we went to Lake Pertobe Playground for lunch and play on the flying foxes (you see what I did with the title there?) ...
... so we could hear the driver talk about the animals. We went through the enclosures seeing camels, various types of deer, a lake with exotic birds and a fake crocodile on the bank as well as zebras. We then drove through an African village with mud huts and over the hill into a valley full of more zebras, rhinos and giraffes. It felt like we were on an African safari with the rhinos walking out in front of the bus and the giraffes having a peek into the bus. ...
... case scenario we could get fast food!!! We did struggle to get a late lunch as everything closes at 2 pm and re opens about 5 so we had a snack in a little café and then headed to the supermarket for supplies for the last few nights (we had self catering booked for those nights) so at least we could eat something!
We were up nice and early and headed back to Cape Bridgewater to walk to the Sea Colony. The weather was wonderful, so sunny and warm and again we were the only people ...
... two sandstone stacks. We then moved onto the Grotto, another area where the sea had eroded the sandstone to create sinkholes (a deep rock pool) and an archway which you could look through out to the ocean. A very picturesque and surreal setting. Next we stopped at Loch Ard Gorge, a small cove with a narrow opening where the Loch Ard Ship from England ran aground in June of 1878. Only two crew members made it to shore by swimming through the gorge to ...
... on the aerial extravaganza that we had just enjoyed. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the scenery for several minutes before returning to the kiosk to buy Magnum type chocolate/ice cream lollies. Once the coach was loaded, it drove a few hundred metres along the road to Gibsons Steps - a series of 87 steps leading down to golden sands with a view of two of the Apostles that were not visible at the previous stop. David made it all the way to the Southern Ocean and went for a ...
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