Azidene House and Spa Apartments Dayelsford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... when Sharon was driving Allan was consulting maps. We decided to go Mt Franklin free camp in the crater near Daylesford. We had loved this spot when we were in the Bushtracker two years ago so we knew it well.
The light on the trees as we entered the campsite was just beautiful. To be at the base of the extinct volcano was incredible. Knee troubles were soon forgotten and we went on a 3km walk up the rim of the crater. What a treat that was.
Fabulous campsite. ...
... rod this time. Then he sat me down a gave me a challenge. He said that if I lost 10 kilos, I could keep one rod and reel. Whichever I wanted!. If I lost 25kilos I could keep both rods and reels!!!!! That is a hell of a challenge and one I will try my hardest to do. Sorry Jules, you will lose at least one! After saying our goodbyes we went "home" and had a lovely cuppa and chat with Lisa and the girls then bed, hopefully ready for the next day. Night ...
We have settled into Melbourne really nicely and both love the city. Adam has been working at Narai Thai since we have arrived and I have got a job in a steakhouse in Northcote. We are really enjoying the city and love that we can get anywhere we want to on a tram, even if it does take forever! Things here are starting to get Christmassy, although it just doesn't feel like ...
... to the Blackwood Mineral Springs Caravan Park.
The first day was fine, besides a severe lack of things to do in the caravan park. However the night’s sleep was very rough. The caravan lurched dangerously when you rolled over in bed, the kids were covered in insect bites and a group of kids sat behind us near a dead fire talking into the wee hours.
The next day was a furnace. I mean the type of heat ...
... or will hang on to it. He has owned at one time or another every piece of Boyd pottery made. Australian pottery is his expertise, but he also loves furniture - our grandfather was a carpenter - and various other collections wax and wane. He now has four motorbikes, having just sold one. He has his eye on another but the owner is not prepared to sell.....yet.
Once we've caught up on the smaller pieces that need to be inside we go on into the garden, taking a cup ...