Sometimes you go to places where you discover how little you are in this big wide world amidst nature and other beings. Kangaroo Island in South Australia was that kind of place for me. Just as we were decided where to head first whilst in Australia as a couple…we decided to choose this off-the-beat destination at the far end of Australia. Knowing that it is Australia’s third largest Island after Tasmania and Milville Island, we decided to stay longer to explore it to the max. And mind you it is bigger than you think! It is also the best place for a road trip, with almost 1600km of roads on the island, nothing can’t get better! It is almost three years down the line, but still cannot forget those long endless ( and almost empty) roads, virgin beaches, Koalas & Roos in the wild, playful Seals by the beach and happy locals.
These are just few of the many moments that will always make me nostalgic about Kangaroo Island, South Australia:
- Flying on a mini plane, with just 14 other co-passengers( for the first time):
- Braving mighty gusts of winds to walk into the Admiral’s Arch, whilst watching fur seals in the wild:
- Visiting Vivonne Bay, once famous for being known as Australia’s best Beach:
- Eating yummy local food from the quaint little restaurants in Kangaroo Island