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 ...
... to visit, so we leave sleepy Gawler & head now to McLaren Vale. A great caravan park but loaded with kids, scooters, skateboards & bikes. Yes it is school holidays, but kids are not allowed to drink!!! So we thought. McLaren Vale is a foodie heaven. Every winery has food, so you could pick & choose. We both think that this area is very beautiful & great scenery, with grape vines everywhere & beaches not far ...
... and lots of ants! The views out over the ocean and Kangaroo Island were spectacular, but partially obscured by the thick scrub. We cracked open some beers and had a game of cricket. It has to go down as one of the best games of cricket that I have ever played. We were out in the Australian bush, with Kangaroos behind the bowlers arm. What an incredible setting for a game of cricket and with great company too! The only game that can even ...
... 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 ...