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... with a set of binoculars. When we asked him what he was looking at he was kind enough to pass us his binoculars and point out this beautiful bald headed eagle ( I have to admit I thought they were extinct) perched high up in a tree. A real highlight for us. After our spot of bird watching we headed to one of the beaches called Long Beach to do some sun worshiping and a bit of swimming. Now some of the ladies reading this ( possibly some of the guys as well) might find the photos ...
... out to sea today to see whales and the water was really choppy - hence we both got wet and Nina was definitely not a fan of the swell, large waves, constant up and down motion and the fact the boat was so tiny! It felt like the longest 2 hours ever! To top it all off, all we saw was the top of one humpback for about 2 seconds as it was really foggy and visibility was so poor. Pants. This afternoon in our room Pete decided ...
Slept in today and had coffee in bed before we ventured out of bed enjoying the cottage too much. Lucky for us the previous people that stayed here left behind some yogurt, orange juice and milk, so we had that for breakfast with our muesli.
Packed and on the road again did the usual check of every room to double make sure nothing was left behind. Richard took a last walk down to ...
... tied up and said they had half a 5-gallon bucket filled in just over half an hour. Supposedly they taste like tuna! Shortly after, Dad got me set up with his casting reel off the docks and within 15 minutes I had eight in our bucket! They were fun to catch and fight right to the bitter end.
After our long feast we vegged for an hour and were in bed
... we had the springs to ourselves at sunset.
And a beautiful sunset it was. The natural hot water waterfall feeds into five natural pools, the last of which – at high tide – has waves surge into it directly from the ocean. It is one of my favourite places in the world, and I was so glad to share it with Chris at last!
We hiked back out after dark, and Chris gallantly rowed me back across ...