Jo Andrews reunited with cousins Eibhlin Dunphy and Patricia Kelly after 50 years

REUNITED: Patricia, Jo and Eibhlin with Misty at the Victor Harbor Horse Tram, with the sign Jo made them in case they didn't recognise each other. Photo: Supplied.
REUNITED: Patricia, Jo and Eibhlin with Misty at the Victor Harbor Horse Tram, with the sign Jo made them in case they didn't recognise each other. Photo: Supplied.

After not seeing each other for over 50 years, it was a great reunion for Jo Andrews when her cousins from Ireland, Eibhlin Dunphy and Patricia Kelly visited this month.

Eibhlin and Patricia spent the last four weeks seeing Sydney, snorkelling in the Great Barrier Reef and visiting the Daintree Rain Forest, and then to the Red Centre and sleeping in swags under the stars.

They now fully understand why Jo and Terry live in Victor Harbor. Catching up with them at the Horse Tram, their comments about the Fleurieu were the tranquil calm inlets beautiful coastline and sea and overwhelming awareness of serenity and calm beauty. They found out about the local history of the first whalers and experienced the Steam Ranger Train and the Big Duck.