Nah, I’m just kidding. 🙂 Not bluffing, but definetly looking at the Bluff of Victor Harbor here. In this post, I shared a photo taken from the Bluff looking into the next bay, and now you have one looking at it from the beach. South Australia is a very dry state and this area is no different, but somehow it works with the sandy beach, the blue sky with hazy clouds and the rim of houses sheltered between some sparsely placed trees. It was very hot too, 40C easily, which contrasted heavily with the air conditioning at the house set at 18C. Wow. I prefer a comfortable 23C with a nice breeze over blistering heat any day. 😉

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5 thoughts on “Bluff-ing

  1. Taking a closer look at the Bluff, you can see how dry and parched the ground is there … much too hot for me! I too prefer temperatures no higher than the low 20s Celsius! 🙂


    1. It was sooo hot! Like the heat of a hair dryer or a hot fan, but then all around you. It’s not even the hottest I experienced. When I was in Exmouth on the West Coast of Australia, temperatures easily hit 45C and as it was north of the Tropic of Capricon, it meant hot and humid. I couldn’t do a thing! Low twenties for me please 🙂

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        1. I couldn’t either! All I did was get groceries once and the rest of the days I spent in my air conditioned cabin. So sad, but it was way too hot to do anything. Ironically, after having spent months in 35+ temperatures, the low twenties felt cold. I went to Tasmania at the end of my trip and it was 20C, and I was wearing my fleece! 😛

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