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Beautiful spot. Picturesque, and takes about 20 minutes. I could enjoy a picnic here too. But our tour was the 20 minute version. No facilities and hard to park. We accessed via a restaurant that was closed, but allowed us to enter their gate.
Rocky section of coastline with hidden caverns where waves force their way in and a geyser effect is created through the blowhole. Need to stay a while to watch for impressive ones. Fun trying to catch them on camera! I guess certain weather conditions and...More
We had been looking for this place since arriving 10 days ago - and when we had stopped looking, found it thanks to ONE signpost. We stopped at low tide, but were rewarded with some quite impressive sprays of water. It must be wonderful at...More