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Kangaroo island is the third largest island of Australia after Tasmania and Melville Island. It is located south west of Adelaide and south of the Yorke Peninsula. There is a population of fewer than four and a half thousand people living on the island, but those people are joined by many wild species including of course the Kangaroos for which the island was named, wallabies, koalas and many, many types ...
... up all the neighbours bins with our leftover junk. It did have me starting to ponder as to whether those bins are fair game or if I should be feeling a little guilty that i filled nearly every bin in our street. I'm pretty sure we'll never miss the 5 tonnes of 'stuff' we have sent off to the op-shop and chucked in the bin. No wonder we were bursting at the seams in our house. Having a break from the house today, with Pete and I catching our breath with a few things ...
Well Adelaide really turned on the weather for us - 10 days and nights of rain, just perfect! Fortunately, the ever present rain tended to be light for long periods, so we didn't need to worry about the Ark! It was a shame though as it did limit our outings a bit.
The good news is that the van didn't leak. It all seems to depend on the direction the rain/wind is coming from and the van is facing.
Levi Park ...
Good trip home. Nice to land back in Adelaide.
Plane late by 15 minutes into Adelaide and then we had immigration come onto the plane to check a male passenger who apparently had been vomiting all night.
Robert picked us up and gave us a good tour of Adelaide on the way home via west tce, Hindley st, North Tce and King William St.
Everything was blocked off for the Bay to City run.
Hope you enjoyed our trip.
Ann & Jeff
... area. They do not see well but have a keen sense of smell.
We walked along the path and saw more kangaroos, Tasmanian Devil (which is not a pretty animal at all, very sharp looking teeth). We came to the koala area and there were many koalas up in trees moving at an incredibly slow pace. They were just tired by the looks of it but there were so adorable. We watched them for quite a while. They were easy to photograph.