The second day on Kangaroo Island.
And again with a busy schedule:
- Clifford’s Honey Farm; well, Kangaroo Island is the only place in the world where a pure strain of Ligurian bee exist. So that must be the reason to stop here; not just to support the local economy…
- Kelly Hill Caves; as the name already suggests: a nice cave in a hill.
- Lunch at Beckwiths Farm. Hmmm, the “bistro” of yesterday is becoming more appealing now.
- Flinders Chase National Park; we flew through the park to get to next scenic points.
- Remarkable Rocks; now this is nice.
- Admirals Arch; again a very nice scenic point. This area is the breeding ground of a colony of New Zealand Fur Seals.
- Pelican Feeding; there’s this bloke in Kingscote that feeds the pelicans every day. It’s an extremely amusing show! A must see when you are ever there.
After all that fun, it was time to leave Kangaroo Island again and head back to my hotel in Adelaide. This time not by bus but by air.
Here are the pictures of today:
Exploring Kangaroo Island day 2.
The track of today:
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