Seal Bay Cottages
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Another full day. Early bus to catch the 9am ferry to the Island with tour pick up on the Island. A 20 seater bus full of all ages, and nationalities; bigger than any tour we've done previously. First we stop at Rob's shearing shed to see a demonstration of sheep dogs (Australian celtics) working, shearing and hear Rob tell his family's story. They have been on the farm for 138 years with Rob being 4th generation and his son and daughter will be continuing on the farm. ...
Running and playing on Vivonne beach for probably the last time of our lives - aww. I managed to go totally in but the water was fairly cold and the waves just off the shore we big and strong. As food is hard to come by round here we stopped at an attraction called Birds of Prey where they also sold all sorts of burgers. The man from the art shop in Kingscote had noted that these were the best burgers on the ...
We spent the first few hours at our beach with myself going for a barefoot run - 7.5km - great beach for running, and sand games. As we were hanging out a pod of about 7 dolphins swam by as we watched. A few even did some jumps - spinnaker Dolphins maybe? Always cool to see wil dolphins, it reminded Christine and I of swimming with wild dolphins in a small cove on The Big Island of Hawaii.
We watched a bit of the Cricket World Cup Final today before ...
... who were roughhousing together. It was hard to imagine as we looked at the seal lions, most of which were sleeping or waddling along the sand, that they can outpace humans on land - which combined with their sharp teeth seemed like a good reason to keep a respectful distance from them.
This evening, we pre-celebrated Lynne's birthday at our last dinner at SOL. We were joined by Dagmar from Miami - and for which John, ...
... here we have seen "mobs" of wallabies, many many kangaroos, countless great ungainly Australian pelicans, koalas bears sleeping in trees, a magnificent Goanna lizard, Brushtail possums and colonies of fur seals and sea lions. We did not run into either the black tiger snake or the pygmy copperhead snake, the two endemic species which live on the island We have also learned why the name Flinders adorns railway stations, streets, physical features and ...