I would like to share a few shots from my recent travels here. A combination of experiences in my never-ending story of growth.
In January I spent some time camping. I went to Narawntapu National Park driven by my desire to see wombats in wild. They love digging and eating the roots. Yum!
I recorded some of my wombat mania adventures here:
Some other memorable delights were the sightings of kangaroos and wallabies,
amongst the magical scenery,
as well as thousands of crabs at a beach in Bicheno.
The most delightful experience was watching little penguins. I was amazed with the fact that these gentle, fragile looking creatures were able to face the ferocious ocean. Seeing them walking in a line, watching for one another, wobbling in the cutest way, was a heart-melting moment. I saw some baby penguins too, which surprisingly were quite noisy and bold.
In February I went to Adelaide. I visited Central Market and dropped in a vegan cafe, where I had a lovely, spicy, gourmet meal.
At the Rundle Mall, I found a stall selling figs. These were the best figs I have ever had in Australia, sweet and ripe, and dark red inside, just like the figs I remember from Greece.
Back home, the plums are ripe already.
Another, February camping trip. Enjoying an apple tart
or some berries.
At the Fortescu Bay, I spotted numerous wonders of life. A flower that grows on the rocks, defying all the odds.
A caterpillar that looks like a piece of wood.
Magnificent forests, the ocean and the beach.
However, I left this place feeling rather sad. This was due to me finding multiple dead penguins on the beach. The result of over-fishing by efficient humans, who are not so efficient in being able to care!