We stayed only one night here to see the (fur)seals. The cosy room had good space with 16m2 and shower room of 3.5m2. On the other hand, we only slept here because an enjoyable evening was spent sitting in the living room with Paul talking about dozens of subjects over a glass (bottle) of wine. Luckily it stopped raining so the next morning, after a hearty breakfast, we jumped in the 4WD and Paul drove us to the very large seal colony located on his own land by the seashore. After having seen several groups of seals and even swam with a few dozen, this was still a very memorable encounter because it was the first truly huge sea colony we have seen. We watched for an hour at the more than a hundred puppy fur seals and adults hopping around the rocks, while listening to the interesting storeys of Paul. One little pup even came up to us and sniffed at our hiking boots!
After that we wanted to shear our initials on the side of a sheep, but that was a no-go for Paul; pity for us, but lucky for the sheep!More
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