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... up and that seemed a good fit with the theme of our day. So after a ham and cheese lunch in the van we drove down to the wharf ready to board at 2:00pm.
2:00pm came and went and the other couple there to take the cruise also wondered where Fred was. A phone call to the cruise office managed to find Fred and he arrived half an hour late in his little boat. And it was relaxing as we motored slowly and quietly ...
... I was super duper trooper excited!! The only thing that bothered me was breathing out of mask as some people said it made them feel sick, and that was the last thing I was to get was sick, when I'm trying to swim next to sharks, would totally ruin it.
Our group was up next and what do we see into the water from our boat - Two Orcas!! Yep, two killer whales attacking a Great White, it was pretty incredible to see, I mean this ...
... and tents near the freshwater spring at Happy Valley. The history books say that if there had been more fresh water available Adelaide may have been located here instead of its current location on the Yorke Peninsula.
After we finished setting up the caravan (we are well practiced and very good at it) we went into the visitor information centre to book some tours. The information centres in each town are worth their weight in gold. In ...
... and then onto Gunyah Beach where we tried our luck at salmon fishing. We always have a plan B when we go fishing and as usual plan B came into effect for dinner that night.
We extended our stay one more night so we could go and play golf at the local 9 hole course which unlike many other courses on the Eyre Peninsula the greens were grass and not sand and the fairways were also green and lush. After golf we went up to the oyster sheds ...
We took our time in the morning, still enjoying the views, before heading off towards Port Lincoln. It was windy again, the wind seems to be more prevalent in the mornings around here, which made for a sandy pack up.
We weren't entirely sure where we were stopping next as Dave had heard good things about Arno Bay, which was only 40kms down the road. We decided to stop there and check it out.
Arno Bay was ...