Lilybank Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... today. Which actually is not the best place to start as today sucked. We finally heard back from the car hire place for the damage caused in the car accident last week and got slapped with a hefty quote of $1100 which, as I imagine most thrifty backpackers do, I immediately put in to terms of stuff on my to-do list i.e. "that's basically what it would've cost us to do a diving course which we've been putting off as we can't afford it". Not an enjoyable summation ...
... airport. Finally on my way home. Singapore to Melbourne leg was a little more comfortable as the plane was pretty empty, so I could stretch out and lie down on that leg. Melbourne airport (domestic) was chaotic and I only just made my connecting flight. Then finally home. Stayed awake as long as I could, then finally to bed to catch up on some sleep. 11 hours later starting to feel human ...
... esplanade, so we thought we'd check this out. However there was no parking for Wilson, although we were planning on selling him we needed parking initially. And so we happened upon the home from home, JJ's backpackers. Warmly greeted by an Irish lass, we liked the place immediately and booked for a week. We were given a 3 bed dorm as it was substantially cheaper than a double, and we would only be given a room mate if it got really busy, which was highly unlikely. ...
Awoke today to the sound of children's voices. Just outside our caravan is the meeting point for the local school bus. Today we are heading towards Sale on the A440. As we leave Yankie and pass the town of Foster we start to see in the distance the shadow fringe of dark- cloud covered mountains, the silver - blue expanse of the ocean and tree covered islands of Wilsons Promontory National Park. We pass through Toora, and ...
... anything free and tasty! Although the trip was good, I wouldn't necessarily go with Compass again (they are more of a budget tour operator) and I'd definitely wait a couple of months until the middle of summer to ensure good weather, but nonetheless still a fun day. Reef trip over and we were back to the hostel for dinner and a team night out, all after being persuaded into buying tickets onto a booze-bus bar crawl for the following evening. Table dancing (and falling ...