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I had a brief peek in a couple of shops and bought an exquisite "kids book for adults" called It's Never Too Late, by Dallas Clayton who has been hailed as the new Dr Seuss. Then it was time for our pampering at the day spa. Wild Indigo was wonderfully warm and welcoming and we both left feeling extremely relaxed and rejuvenated. Would highly recommend a visit when you make your trip to The Fleurieu :)
More lazing around in ...
... a drive down to Goowla Beach just for a look, it’s certainly a fantastic beach with big waves, great for the surfers but the water is the Southern Ocean which comes straight from Antartica and it is very cold as Paul found out when he went for a paddle.
From here on to the barrage where we walked out on the pier to see the lock, pelican’s and there were even 2 seals sunbathing on the pier. From here it was back to the Steam Brewery for a quick beer ...
... and dare I say it, England were doing pretty well. Kim and I might even be lucky enough to see an England win when we got to Melbourne. When Ang got home, we made some home made pizzas. It was a bit of a mad rush in the end, because we were booked to go on a penguin tour in the evening at Victor Harbor. We just about managed to get out in time and drove to Victor Harbor for the tour. We found out that we had actually ended up booking on the tour out of season. The main draw of the ...
... and uneventful and as promised the guide and the coach were waiting when we disembarked. It turned out that almost everybody on the coach were also on the ferry, most having been picked up in Adelaide. From the port of Penshaw our first stop was Seal bay where we walked on the beach amongst the sea lions, the second biggest colony in Australia. We were warned not to get too close as they could become aggressive, after one look at the huge ugly beasts I don’t ...
... for lunch. (We saw Steve and Lina on the Island; also Ray who had walked around it with Carole, Rick and Noelene; Carole crossed in style on the horse drawn tram.)
We drove back via Horseshoe Bay at Port Elliot where we four enjoyed icecreams with a view from the shelter of the café there (Willy's treat).
Back at the park and time for Happy Hour; today we had a talk by Ken Jury who is very passionate ...