We drove around a bit (the sisters had a bit of a leg-room issue, as you can imagine)...and it wasn't long until we had all gone out for a bit of a walk... Then, with another lighthouse on the horizon, Amy went for a walk down the trail with the "Minnesota Twins" and the other lady. Our guide and I went on ahead to a rocky point where there were seals mating and playing and fighting down below a stairway/walkway. I walked down to see the seals (not sea-lions - these were fur-seals!) The males were having some real brutal fights down below me...I could have stood there and watched all day. Greg the Guide waited for the girls to come down..and then we all went down to the so-called "Admiral's Arch" - one of the prettiest beach-scenes I have ever seen. It was awesome!
After our hike, it was time to head off to another "must-see" spot on the island...the "Remarkable Rocks" - a very cool place for sure. "Remarkable"?? Well...you can decide...see the second Facebook Photo Album below (Kangaroo Island Rocks!) When we were finished climbing all over the rocks...we went off for the best late-lunch steak BBQ of the whole trip.
But the best part of the day? We sang a lot of songs!! It seemed that any time a new subject came up,s it wa time to sing again! Whenever a word would come up that reminded us of a song, we'd start a signing. Waltzing Matilda? You bet! Tie me Kangaroo Down, Sport ? Absolutely! At lunch I am sure there was more than singing, I do believe there was even some dancing going on!!
Totally beat, it was time to trade e-mail addresses and make plans to get together with the sisters in Sydney for a Big Bash Cricket Match... Then back to the B&B for a nice steak (yeah - we were still eating beef with every meal!) and get a good night's sleep for our final day on Kangaroo Island!
Here are three photo albums from our second day on K.I. - - stay tuned for more!!
Second Day On Kangaroo Island
More Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island Rocks!