Victoria Hotel Strathalbyn
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On the way from Adelaide we drove via Victor Harbour where we were looking out for whales. There was a lovely circular walk around granite island which has the last horse drawn tram in the world moving back and forth between the island and the mainland. We walked! The scenery was stunning and, although cold, the sun made a much needed appearance. …
... and I loved being with him seeing where we lived and where my sons went to school in the 1980's (we lived here for six years). We may have a small apartment but it doesn't stop us putting our family and friends on airbeds on the lounge floor when they stay, they don't complain and it is about family and seeing where we live and experiencing Glenelg that matters.
We will start selling our furniture, car ...
... if the island (discovered by Matthew Flinders in the very early 19th century and named after the huge numbers of kangaroos resident there who were unafraid of humans – aboriginals lived here thousands of years ago but abandoned the place – it’s native name means ‘land of the dead’). Then we climb back down and hop on the bus and drive to Kingscote, the capital of the island – mostly to shop for food, as Scotty’s ...
... a huge food hall with hundreds of tables in the centre and surrounded by food stall. Of almost entirely Asian cuisine, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean and every other nationality you can think of. After cruising the markets and buying a rather nice handbag from Iran, I stocked up on fruit vegetables and pork sausages! How nice to find English style pork sausages instead of the common beef variety. I then decided to push the ...
... led into the rugged coastline. Victor Harbour is nestled on the wide, sandy arc of Encounter Bay and is a very pretty town with sandy beaches and aqua water. Several islands are clearly visible. This afternoon we walked from the caravan park into Victor Harbour and then the six hundred metres across the Causeway to Granite Island. ...
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