Walking the base of the mount as dusk descended, sharing the path with sheep, bunnies and even a rat (eewww I know – but true ). The waves gently tumbled into shore on the bay side, and gradually got a little ferocious as we rounded the mount nearing the wild ocean side. 3.4 km of peaceful pretty walking, with a stunning sea view on every corner. On sacred land. Protected land that will never built on and remain as gorgeous as Mother Nature intended, forever. Bless. The full moon greeted us with her shining beaming beauty, lighting our path from across the rippling ocean, as we neared the end of the track. ‘Twas a walk to remember.