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The highlights of KI were:
- Seal Bay http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/sealba y/Home
Contrary to its name, it is the home to ...
... Lina and Domenic Parente, Italian immigrants who came to Australia in the fifties, now from Adelaide, and we spent a fair bit of time yakking with them over the verandah railings. We never did manage to share a glass of wine together, as the timing wasn't quite right (we'd be coming when they were going, or vice-versa), but luckily we connected with them a ...
... hot. Just think I was saying it was too cold for swimming 2 weeks ago, takes abit to get used to heat again.
Thursday 12 February
We are heading towards Ceduna slowly . It starts off not quite so hot , but just incase we decide to go via Streaky Bay and their fenced off area of the jetty for swimming. Fenced for sharks. We could stay on the Eyre hwy inland or head across to the flinders hwy and the coast run to Ceduna. Both roads work out ...
Kangaroo island 19- 29 Jan 2015
Leave the van and head down to ferry Kangaroo island awaits. Our 1pm sailing was change and we were transferred to 3pm sailing so we took deal offered of cheaper stay van park that night .
I have to board with walk on passengers while Larry drives the car on.
The crossing takes 45mins and is rougher than I thought it would be, I am feeling a little sick by the time we arrive. First thing is to go to the information centre ...
WOWEEEE!!!! Over a month in and we haven't updated the blog yet! Ooops. Well so much for keeping you all up to date with our adventures by way of light and humorous words of literary mastery sprinkled with witty one liners and entertaining tales that you could go and tell your hairdresser about like I had planned. Well now that that is out the window, feel free to continue reading the dry and boring updates on what we’ve been doing this past month. Here goes….