Seal Bay Cottages
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Forgot to mention that we also saw the pelicans being fed yesterday. The Peliman was brilliant. He does this job because he likes to, he buys the fish to feed them and so asks the crowd to give a donation to cover the cost of the fish. The pelicans are some funny looking guys who can eat an incredible amount of fish in one go.
We went to the …
... the arch. It is pretty spectacular even though the sun was shining right through from behind.
The other big attraction to see in Flinders Chase are the Remarkable Rocks at the end of a dead end road. Having spotted them from the roadway, we walked along the boardwalk from the car park to get there. They are, as their name suggests, pretty remarkable. They come out of the middle of forest as a giant treeless rock face with all these giant half eroded boulders on top of it. ...
... dune to see what was on the other side! To my surprise there was an extensive area covered in sand dunes, it was so much bigger than I had expected. I spotted a patch of sand with some really interesting wind patterns and walked to take photos. I was alone and the isolation was great, but soon broken by a persistent bee. I ended up running a long way to escape it before I headed back to join Donks. We crashed once at home, it was a good ...
Happy Birthday Donks! I sat with her whilst she opened her remaining pressies. The Kangaroo Dundee book and pink zinc lip stuff seemed to go down very well and my efforts running around Adelaide had paid off! I cooked scrambled eggs with smoked sausagey bits in it and served it on vegemite toast and topped with grated cheddar. All of Donk's favourite things on a plate! Whilst we were in the kitchen we had a wallaby visit the water which ...
We remembered to put the clocks forward so all was set for the Grand Final.
After breakfast we explored the local area including the Jetty where we watched dolphins riding the waves and the beacon on he point which was a little lighthouse.
For lunch I had maron which is ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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