Georgian Court Bed & Breakfast Guest House
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... for 7:30 as usually the sun sets around 7:15pm. And once it does the mosque bells chime and praying can be heard over the speakers. The foursome dressed nicely and headed out to the water taxi which was to being them across the beach to their dinner destination. Waiting outside for the taxi was a challenge within itself, the humidity was making their clothes stick to them and even the breeze on the drive wasn't even refreshing, but of course they would still ...
... sleeping, reading, or listening to music. I've been really watching the awesome scenery that this highway we are on has to offer. It is so green here, even though it is almost winter here.
On the bus we have had a few games to play. I played bus bingo which we were looking for different Australian things including: kangaroos, wallaby, stringy bark tree, kangaroo crossing sign, wineries, swagman (a ...
... and catching up with the blog. I nip out for a Danish to the local shops. There I see a shop sign which horrifies a grammar pedant such as myself. It is an absolutely classic mis-use of an apostrophe in Stuffing's.
Having got over the shock of this gross abuse of my friend the apostrophe I am sitting quietly in the apartment eating my Danish when there is a familiar sound ...
... him if he was him and he said he didn't remember me. I went out and came back and he was like 'weren't you the girl from the party bus at the rock?' And somehow I have pictures of him there on my camera but don't remember meeting him! We'd had pretty much THE SAME itinerary and we both went to future alone and were both headed to great ocean road which just goes to illustrate the craziness of Ozzie travellers and our tendency to bump into each ...
... lot. We learned admission to the grounds was $20 each and said that was far too much just to see a lighthouse.
So we turned out and started back.
Within a few minutes, we came across several vehicles parked on a two lane road. Everyone got out to catch the sight. Seemed a koala bear was sipping water on the road. The crowd around grew and one guy tried to pet his back.
"No way I'm touching that thing," ...