Charming Creek Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... forward to going to Melbourne on 27th January until 1st Feb. We have mocked up an itinerary and will try and touch base with as many as possible.
Hoping to touch base with you Anne on Wednesday morning, if you feel up to it as we drive through to Frankston to catch up Dave who works there.
If you can manage it Heinrich, are you free to catch up on either Thursday morning or Thursday lunch as we head to Ballarat on Thursday afternoon, ...
... cleanest but the fridge was brand new and it had a cooker and microwave. The loo was round the corner. For the price it was fine and we decided to sleep in our sleeping bags! We settled in and went for a wander round the village and estuary and beach. It was a stunning location, a perfect spot for fishing, but no fishing rod! We had returned it to Glen! Saw lots of terns and gulls picking up clams and dropping them onto a pebble bank to open them. So clever! ...
... so I switched to German and the upshot of it was, they hitched a ride with us to Westport. I had a very nice chat with them in German and then they concentrated on trying to find somewhere to stay. They have an app they use for "couch surfing", i.e when you stay on someone's sofa for free. Their mobile reception was somewhat intermittent and we were getting close to Westport and they had nowhere to stay. I was on the verge of offering to have them stay with us - there was no ...
We didn't arrive in Westport until around 6pm after a long days travelling. A few of us hired surf boards and went to play in the sea - it was raining and bleak and the waves were enormous, but we had so much fun playing in the surf. Everyone managed to get standing on their boards at some point which was quite impressive and we came back to a massive BBQ already cooked and waiting for us ...
... fritters. They tasted great, and were very expensive - $18 for two. So there was pancake simile #2. Drove on from Greymouth, which on the whole was a fairly uninspiring town.
We kept to the coast road rather than going inland and we were rewarded with a stop at the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks and Blowholes (simile #3). This was part of the same national park as where that disaster happened 20 years ago when a platform collapsed and ...