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It was a winter's day when I arrived early at Rhyll on Phillip Island, but the sun was unexpectedly shining. This was a relief as I was about to head out on a boat to pick up seal researchers from Seal Rocks. Little did I know that there was plenty of wind out there, which gave me an interesting trip. At one point, my behind was air-borne as I reached for my camera.
I nervously arrived early to ensure that I was not going to hold up the very esteemed researcher. To my delight, Temuku Soul Food Cafe was open early too. I love an open kitchen and it was nice to find that although I had planned to not have cake for breakfast, I could not resist trying something I have never seen before and made on the premises.
Fixated on the food, I realised this cafe was in a lovely position and I had a chat to the owners, who told me they inherited this interesting name: Temuku Soul Food. I relaxed and read the paper and enjoyed the peaceful view with the last of my good coffee.
Thank you Temuku Soul Food for a wonderful start to a most interesting day. For those of you wondering what on earth I was doing with Australian Fur Seals, you can see the rest of my adventure here.