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Travel Blogs from Parndana
... board in preparation for snow boarding in Switzerland!! We're still not sure where he gets his coordination from but we're both claiming it :) Aidan did an amazing job as the all rounder using both boards and continues to surprise us with his courage. And Lucas was happy on the toboggan as long as someone carried the board up the dune for him!
After we were all exhausted it was off to the creek for a swim before collapsing into bed.
... an amazing lunch spot. On the drive out we did a bit of exploring where we discovered a beautiful creek where the boys had a swim.
Time was getting away so it was on to Seal Bay for a guided tour down on the beach just meters away from a colony of endangered Australian Sea Lions. Mister 'have a chat' (Lucas) entertained the guide so we got an extra special tour and ...
... at 5pm at Kingscote Wharf, looking at the feeding of the pelicans again. And it was great!
We have now just returned from our late dinner at the hotel restaurant. We must admit: the restaurant here is really good – except for breakfast – and the executive rooms are spacious, modern and clean! Too bad we had such a terrible first impression. But they are trying hard to make up for it!
Tomorrow’s plan: to visit the Flinders Chase National Park
... For real?
I take two deep breaths and try a different solution. This guy is not helping me here.
“What do you suggest then?” I put on my friendliest voice. Inside I am boiling.
“We can have a bus pick you up in the afternoon or tomorrow”. Arsy guy continues “or you can take a taxi and pay $250 yourself. Your choice. Then just let me know if you will be on the 9am or 10am ferry. “ I wish I could drag this person through ...
... doing this, Chris took Mom and Dad up to a higher vantage point of the dunes where they could watch our silly antics and also take in the view. Dad was even able to take a couple of decent snaps of us which was amazing since they looked like ants to us. Our last stop before lunch was a drive around Vivonne Bay a popular holiday beach for islanders and locals from the mainland, including Chris and his wife, and showed us the house he just completed after owning ...