Mercure Kangaroo Island Lodge
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Travel Blogs from American River
... 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 ...
... Tom, for a few moments & made cheese & onion bread in the Baby Q, it turned out to be a great success. He was very proud of himself. Friday we ventured into Adelaide to catch up with our friends from Sydney Trish & Steve. What a fab day we had, touring the hills of Adelaide & having a gastronomical German lunch at Hahndorf. It was great to catch up with them both & Steve was tour guide for the day as he grew up in ...
... our smoked salmon bagels on christmas morning, as we decided it seemed like a good breakfast wine! From Primo Estate we drove next door to the Black Sheep Estate to do another tasting session. This cellar door was much more relaxed, Primo Estate was verging on the pretentious. At Black Sheep, the two crazy ladies in there seemed more focused on giving me banter about the cricket than discussing the bouquet on a particular wine. I don't ...
... did either of them ask to see our PADI cards (showing that we're qualified divers) nor ask us to fill in any paperwork. We did ask to show them our cards at one point was this was shrugged off very casually.
With tea drunk, loos visited and equipment loaded into Zac's car, we were off.
The route to Rapid Bay was a lovely one once we'd cleared the easy traffic of the south Adelaide suburbs, taking around an hour and a half. On the way we chatted with Zac about ...