The place was called Moorilla. A modern building, sleek design and wine bottles with stylish black-and-white labels lined up on the counter. In cellar doors I usually try to buy either good or unusual wines – they had both.
The place looked like a bar – the first thing that caught my attention was a collection of whisky bottles behind the counter. Possibly there are bars with a richer choice of whisky (they say that in Scotland any bar has 20 sorts of whisky just on tap), but I still have to find one.
An island is a somewhat mystical place which begs to be explored. In case of Hamilton Island, what with all the maps and guides, there weren’t any opportunities of Livingstone-style pioneering, but I had made a few discoveries of non-geographical nature.