Travel Blogs from Kangaroo Island
... them are sleeping so they roll themselves up to a little fur ball.
At Cape Couedic there is another lighthouse, from there you walk down a boardwalk to Admirals Arch where you can see a seal colony.
Further we drive to Weirs Cove, a steep cliff coast with lots of caves and a beautiful beach.
From here its not far to the Remarkable Rocks, which really deserve their name.
... stop was a koala bear sanctuary and it was like watching paint dry as they sleep for 20 hours a day. Checked into Wilderness Park room and then popped down to Admirals Arch to see some Fur Seals. Finishing the day with a quick look at the Remarkable Rocks. What else but Kangaroo steak with Shiraz both from KI whilst on the Island. Both extremely ...
Today we were off to explore the western end of the Island and it was just amazing!!!
Firstly we stopped at Kelly Hill Caves. These were beautiful caves with lots of formations and colours. We all loved it, especially the boys, although next time Michael wants to go Adventure Caving...
From here we travelled to Admirals Arch which is a gorgeous area of rock formations and cliffs and also the home of a colony of ...
... and lots of ants! The views out over the ocean and Kangaroo Island were spectacular, but partially obscured by the thick scrub. We cracked open some beers and had a game of cricket. It has to go down as one of the best games of cricket that I have ever played. We were out in the Australian bush, with Kangaroos behind the bowlers arm. What an incredible setting for a game of cricket and with great company too! The only game that can even ...
... the sea floor is usually the best option in a strong current, so if I couldn't reach the shore this way I wasn't going to reach the shore at all, and there was no support boat to pick me up if I surfaced in difficulty. My air was down to 30 bar (you're supposed to leave the water with no less than 50 bar) and I was still struggling to make the exit. I genuinely started to fear for my own safety, which didn't help me to regulate my breathing. Meanwhile, and unknown to me at the ...
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