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Ari wanted a baked potato so we wandered along looking for a cafe that didn't one, but we were out of luck, we think they haven't caught on here either. We walked back and settled on some food, I had a hamburger and Ari had a steak sandwich, we also had chips to share. Was really nice! We ate the. Headed off, we didn't know where so had to stop quickly to set the satnav.
We were then heading ...
... with us, and poor Kate had to put up with Paul's silliness, but she handled him like a pro, especially when they started talking about ostriches and emus. Well done, Kate.
We were all pretty tired at the end of the day, but we enjoyed watching a fascinating documentary on kangaroos. The kids crashed pretty quickly after that.
What a day. What a weekend. Life is good.
We hope that you are all well.
... and this is winter! Amazing to see these giant stacks of rock rocket out of the swirling sea. So beautiful. WE even had time to go and explore the Gibson steps down to the beach. WONDERFUL day!
Sunday 1st June 2014 (Week 13)
Had 2 wonderful nights in Port Campbell. This is sufficient time to see (if you arrive early enough on day one) to see all the sights. We also did the 12 Apostles Gourmet ...
... the magnificent Maslin Beach. We both think it is the most beautiful beach we've been to. It's deep and long and set below sandstone cliffs some of which are sheer and show strata of different colours and others are huge rounded mounds. The sand was lovely, the water was calm - well you get the picture. On the second day we drove into Adelaide mid afternoon. Maybe it's a happening interesting city if you know your way around but all we found were offices, shops, ...
... hewed out of the cliffs, huge undertaking. Spectacular scenery, beaches as far as the eye can see! blue green sea and world famous surfing spots. We were worried about accommodation and booked a cabin for 2 nights in a Top Four campsite at Wye River. (total population 320) last cabin available and fully equipped. Strange that cabins at campsites are dearer than some motels. Our camping discount card from our NZ helped. Just as well we booked , ...