Mercure Kangaroo Island Lodge
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... waters so clear and the wildlife is amazing. I love it! Hog bay was yet another beautiful beach (if you ignored the docked ferry behind you!). I picked up some steak for supper and we headed back to the beach house for a lazy day reading books and lolling around in the sun. Lesley chose to brave the beach, complete with jelly ...
... door. We enjoyed a local food/ wine tasting platter at Sunset whilst taking in some good views. On the way home we stopped at our local beach and caught up with a couple of pelicans. It's a very friendly beach with golden sands, clear seas and very calm, despite the high winds we have here at the moment. We cooked our first meal and had some delicious local smoked salmon. A very nice end to a great ...
... 160; So we managed to sample a few more wines & enjoyed fantastic food. After leaving McLaren Vale we tour the Fleurieu Peninsula & head to Cape Jervis for a few days. The scenery along this Peninsula is beautiful with beaches along the way. The weather is a little cool for us so we have not entered the water, but the brave were out there, & fishing in the wind. Cape Jervis area is very windy & rugged. There is not a lot ...
... flies that swarmed round you at all times. There was some talk of a snake down by the toilets, but we didn't get to see it. We had a quick play in the sea, which was absolutely freezing, before driving to where we would be camping for the night at Deep Creek. There were loads of kangaroos just on the way in and we had the place to ourselves, so I knew it was going to be a good night. After setting up camp, we went for a bit of a walk and saw ...
... like the same in his boot in the way of dive equipment and spares for three people for two dives each.
On reaching Rapid Bay we got out of the car and immediately encountered that bane of Aussie living -- the Aussie fly. In fact, not just one, but what seemed like THOUSANDS of the little *******s! Zac opened out a tarpaulin on the ground behind the car and we started putting our kit together, getting undressed and into our wetsuits, all the while swatting the ...