Victoria Lodge Motor Inn
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... playful seals frolicking in the water far below from the cliff top lookouts for nearly an hour.
Back in the car we drove a bit further down the road where we had the choice of 3 more walks. The blow-holes were our first viewing choice and as we started to walk up the slope towards one of the other locations our legs simultaneously decided they weren't going to perform any more. It certainly appeared that the steep climb to the ...
... to eat our tea. We had no sooner sat down when a possum ran past us and jumped up onto the table heading for the rest of our cooked scones. With our rescued scones shut away in the caravan the possum then started up with some loud grunting, protesting the removal of the scones.
It was a great evening with no wind, a nice warm fire, no other human noise to be heard and we had the whole campground to ourselves. You can’t beat a good setting, good food and good ...
... The Camel' and bridges and holes. Birds have taken over the extremities of the headland, with a colony of fairy penguins the main draw. As we walk up to the site of the old lighthouse (which has now been moved due to erosion) Kirsty is convinced she see's a penguin, and another, several in fact. All up on the top of a large outlying rock formation. I'm less convinced they're penguins but Kirsty in convinced. Boards tell the story of the old lighthouse ...
... for the first time this trip to get the first ferry back to the mainland. Off the ferry for a long drive through hilly farm land to Kingston SE just for the night and then on to Robe. We had camped here with our boys in 1990 and sad to say they don't let you camp on the beach today. However a well set up campground above the beach gave us the opportunity to do laundry, have a swim and relax. A wander through some art galleries and tourist ...
... of the kids that they had met yesterday.
Tim informed us that it was 10am so we started up the bus waited the 5 or so minutes that it takes to 'air up'. We then drove out around 10:15 and turned right at the exit and drove up the hill about 200 metres we me freaking out as he turned it in the carpark (bit steep the tight corner he had to maneuver) but his good driving got us to where we could park and we headed up the steep ...