Mercure Kangaroo Island Lodge
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... huge, long sandbar that runs for miles and miles along the south coast of Australia ...Tracy decided we should take the 'scenic route', which turned out to be 13+ km of unsealed, corrugated washboard roads, with, sadly, no nice scenery to see, other than a few glimpses of sand dunes and a saline lake off in the distance! The saving grace was the spotting of ...
... always wrong, and why the car rental place told us we needed to return the car earlier than we thought necessary. On the plus side, because we turned up quite early to pick up the car they didn’t have a 'second cheapest’ vehicle available so we got bumped up a couple of notches and were given a Toyota Camry. Seems like there is a rule here that all rental vehicles have to be white, this is our fourth white Toyota in a ...
... Following this there is a period of seven days when they mate and then the cycle begins again. They suckle their young until the next pup is born. The father has nothing to do with the pup whatsoever. Second visit was to Raptor Domain which had both a venomous creatures and raptor exhibition. Interesting facts include that scorpions fluoresce under ultra violet light and that Eagles can also see fluorescence and follow ...
... Pelicans are the largest Pelicans in the world but are unable to dive for fish due to buoyancy unlike their American relatives. They have a 2m wingspan and can fly at a height of 7500'. When they return with the fish they regurgitate the food for their young eat from the parents mouth. This occasionally results in the death of the chick as they do not have nostrils like seagulls and hence ...
... in the caves as a result of them falling through holes in the roof and not been able to escape. Two of these were the Marsupial Lion (photo) and the leaf eating Kangeroo (photo). Apparently the Kangaroos we have now are grass eating Roos. All in all it was worth the effort to visit. The rest of the drive was uneventful and we ended up at Cape Jervis caravan park. I should have guessed what the weather was going to ...