Adelaide, Australia: Kangaroo Island, Cape Du Coudeic, Admirals Arch

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This is the only hotel that serves us lunch near the ferry. The next makan place is 45min away, and we will have missed the lunch hours.

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Penneshaw Hotel has seaview while you dine. Prices are $20-35 SGD, a little more expensive, but the servings are huge. We had to take away two curries as we could not finish it.

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View from the cafe towards the sea.

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Drive down the slope towards the sea. We drove up the slope, away from the ferry terminal to our accommodation at Cape du Couedic.

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View of vehicle against the blue sky.

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Portrait view of the road (while standing in the middle of the road!) Good thing there’s no vehicle coming both ways. *phew*

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Dead insects hitting us so frequently, that our car’s front has become a “noticeboard/pin board” for insects such as dragonflies and the likes.

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Old cart at a stop-over. The driver and I shared a bottle of Coke to refresh ourselves. Man, it’s a hot day today!

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Finally, in the evening, we reached the Cape du Couedic Lighthouse Heritage accommodation. These accommodations are restored Cape du Couedic Lighthouse Keepers cottages.

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Built in 1907 from locally quarried limestone, our “Troubridge lodge” offers the charm of yesteryear, with polished pine floors, tasteful furnishings and cosy self-contained kitchen.

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This is the bedroom with single beds.

Gleeful Gleescaper

Gleeful Gleescaper

Gleeful Gleescaper is passionate about technology and shares interesting and useful stuff that come his way daily. He loves to travel to interesting places and keeps himself updated on technology & gadgets. When relaxing, he loves to sip on a freshly brewed cup of Espresso coffee to the tunes of Bossa Nova and easy Jazz.

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