Port Lincoln Hotel
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... arms which protect the small beach in front of the caravan park. On one there were a lot of sea gulls and a few pelicans that were fairly tame and allowed us to get reasonably close to photograph them. This afternoon was spent touring two wineries. Firstly we visited Boston Bay Winery which is in a great setting. The view from the tasting room is out over the vineyard to the bay. We tasted ...
... the boys headed to the car wash, then we all went for a cruise around, mainly to the Lincoln Cove Marina and onto Billy Light's Point. Heaps of large boats at the Marina, mostly working boats as fishing is a big part of industry in this area. There was a seal swimming around at the Point. We then headed off to the local seafood supplies for some fish and prawns, then back to our camp for the ...
... days, we wonder how long till the next petrol station and bemoan that its not as close as we'd like. It's simply unfathomable to consider heading off on a voyage full on o many unknown unknowns (or were they known unknowns?).
The info sign suggested a walk retracing the steps of the great mariner - alas, after we wandered amlessly for quite some time, we returned to find we'd actually gone the very wrong way. Thankfully Matty F was a better navigator.
... who want to avoid some extra hours on the road. Although, its probably an expensive option (when all things are considered), by days end, we all agreed it was a fantastic experience.
The crowd on this day was but a fraction of the capacity able to be carried. There were perhaps 10 vehicles (maximum capacity is 80) and about 30 passengers (compared to capacity of 300). The voyage was generally smooth with the occasional hints of ...
... Larry decides to try it but not yet, wait a little bit longer as low tide is around 10am. He tries a couple of times but it is still not the safest thing we have done. So if we can not cross in day light there is no way we could get across at night and sit and wait then get back again in the dark, so this is why the penguins are safe. It was the dive shop man that told us about them and the divers get across with all their gear and ...