Merimbula Robyns Nest
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Fantastic lake views, saw a kangaroo
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... beach where all the surfies hangout. Made our way through town and back to the van finishing off with a 10km walk (Thanks Mike for the short walk). Late breakfast and then took a drive to Tura beach to have a look around. Stopped off at a couple of the beaches for a look, then back to Merimbulla to find the little town buzzing as the locals revving up for the Jazz festival. Lazy evening with Mike watching a couple of games of league as there is no Rugby Union on our ...
... The pillows had elephants on them so I assumed that was a reference to Ganesh the Indian god. Not a good start. Luckily the family are very relaxed. The next couple arrive with their dog and Mollie is back happy with a playmate, she hurdles the fence easily and invites herself into their private garden to play with their dog. As hotelier I'm not certain if that is allowed but they seem happy enough and the dogs play well together. Beth and Rory settle down to watch Chitty Chitty ...
... Australia have names as well as numbers, somewhat like US1/Dixie Highway. We are saddened to see many dead kangaroos on the roadside. Speed limits on Australian roads, be they motorways or rural two-way roads, are a maximum 110 km/h (70 mph). Obviously if a kangaroo or koala get in the way of a speeding SUV or truck, it doesn’t stand much of a chance of survival.
We are ...
... setting, Nicci informed us that when Jack and Hannah were younger they would spend a lot of the summer here as it has natural pools and waterfalls to keep cool, but also a fantastic setting. we scaled rocks and water to make our way to the waterfall, Douglas was very brave (or stupid) and decided to go for a swim. I can vouch the water was absolutely freezing ( and I only had my feet in) but Douglas could not resist the temptation, the photographs ...
... with Mount
majestically in the background. The Bay
today was quite calm and a lone seal relaxed in the waters near the craggy
cliffs; we at first thought it was a piece of kelp but he occasionally nodded
his head from side to side and crossed flippers as he bumped along with the
Inn” was the next stop along the Trail.
Having been restored to its former grandeur ...