Mercure Kangaroo Island Lodge
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... 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 ...
... the sea, then walk out to and around the island. Then it's on to Cape Jervis, the departure point for Kangaroo Island. The main road is not fast but wanders through some pretty scenery. Jervis Station, 3kms from the ferry, has a some camping pitches and we stop the night with just one other m/home for company, it's early in the season down in this part of Oz although school holidays in south oz start this weekend. It feels pretty remote, no lights apart from our own and no ...
... down the jetty whilst the boat was prepared and soon realised how windy it was. They could have used me as a wind sock! We boarded the Spirit of Kangaroo Island boat and headed across Backstairs Passage. We'd chosen to sit at the front of the boat and were correctly warned that it would be a bumpy ride. We still managed to eat half a sticky bun each and drink a cuppa, so it wasn't too terrible! ...
... for so long and we took care.
Back to the mainland we went first of all to a bakery to have a decent breakfast. After one week of toast with jam, cereals and instant coffee we were pretty relieved to have something else. We did not do much that day just dropping up everybody again and we checked in the yha hostel. For 28.50$ each we got a very nice 3-share room as I am a member. The days after we just enjoyed having wifi and the city life.