Pelican Sands Scamander
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... to capture a photo of this with its head down a hole !! Lost Farm was delightful- the restaurant is sympathetically built to blend in with the endless sand dunes along Anderson Bay. Having enjoyed some fresh calamari and home made breads with dips, together with locally sourced wines, we were delighted to find we were being entertained by a pod of whales out in the quiet waters of the bay. How wonderful to watch them, some distance out, jumping ...
... Except maybe for the black snake Jay saw slithering across the track, because I didn't get to see it. After our late 3pm lunch, as it was too windy to fish, we drove the 6km to the end of the road & Bay of Fires to The Garden. We then drove every track on the way back. The water is soo clear & beautiful shade of aqua blue. Lots of red lichen rocks everywhere. We spotted two sea eagles riding the thermals. They are so ...
... the sun was setting behind us, heralding in the night that signaled our departure.
We reluctantly loaded back into the car, and said our goodbyes to this wonderful land. The drive to the car ferry was long, and gave me the opportunity to have a bit of rest along with finishing this final entry. It was a great trip, and I had so much fun. Travelling around Australia has been one of the greatest experiences of my life.
... which was delicious...
We came home past the Shop in the Bush and I did not go in as I knew it was dangerous for our finances..
We came back to St Helens and filled the car full of Fuel...
The wind was so strong that when we went to the waterfront to see the boats Dave opened the drivers door and a gust of wind took it out of his hand nearly breaking his fingers... The end result is the drivers door ...
With all this in mind it wasn't hard work to drive a couple of hours up the road.
Arrived at Jeneret Beach at 1pm and found the campsite of our dreams with water views on three sides. It was also an individual camp site so we knew we wouldn't be camped in.
The weather then really caved in. Pouring rain, for a while. Still pretty though
In between showers the sun came out. Sharon took ...