Seal Bay Cottages
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Point Ellen was the place we chose to have breakfast. It was just a short drive and the waves crashing on to the rocks were spectacular. Bei and I spent over an hour taking photos trying to get the ultimate shot. Bei took just short of 200 shots. We then had a blow by blow discussion over which shots to keep. (Riveting stuff)!! ...
Early start with no breakfast as the aim was to drive to Admirals Arch and the Remarkable Rocks before the crowds arrived. This area is at the South Western tip of Kangeroo Island in the Cape du Couedic. On the drive out it was wall to wall Roos. Admirals Arch was stunning with plenty of Australian and New Zealand Fur seals to look at and great views of the coast line. The Remarkable Rocks were also quite dramatic but herds of noisy tourist had ...
... hours. Everyone was catching waves, all the kids showing their skills in some really fun waves that allowed them to stay on the face until they jumped off on the beach. A long lunch of left overs and an Emu Export, finished a book and then played backgammon. Holidays have been very relaxing today.
... Kingscote, but it was closed. Apparently the seals had a really good year and ate most of the population. The usual night penguin tours had been cancelled since November. Steffie was a bit disappointed, but it gave us a little more time to explore the western side of the island. The drive across the island took an hour and wasn’t very interesting. It is all farmland on the middle of the island and I think the total population is around 4,400 people.
Eventually we ...
... boardwalk led us to the rocks and allowed us to walk around these rocks, with some very aesthetic shapes and interesting erosion patterns, and some covered in an orange lichen. I was quite impressed. Having seen all of the main sites in the national park we had our lunch in the car under a koala in a eucalyptus tree, then headed back along the south coast stopping first at the idyllic Hanson Bay. Then at Vivonne Jetty, where there was ...