Tuesday 17th March - BeachportA beautiful sunny today with a top of 31.5 and a low of 10.7 last night. We went for a drive around town today. Past the Beachport Jetty and Marina and then onto some look outs, including Backlers Lookout. Beachport was named in 1878 after Sir M E Hicks-Beach and has the second longest jetty in South Australia. It reaches 772m into Rivoli Bay. From here it was to the Cape Martin Lighthouse and from here you can see The Penguin Island Lighthouse which was built in 1878. Penguin Island is a sanctuary for the Fairy Penguins and other sea birds. The Cape Martin Lighthouse was established on the mainland in 1960. A short drive down the road and you come to the Pool of Siloam. This salt lake is saltier than the sea, so buoyance and swimming are very east. From here it was a drive into town to the old Customs House. A quick trip into the shops and yes we bought some toilet paper - yes we did need it, as only 2 rolls left. Clive cooked a chicken curry soup for tea. Enough for tonight and three other meals.