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... geological features. Stopped off to see two of the main ones. The Blue Crater Lake is cool. A crater created from a volcano now holding the bluest water you'll ever see. It's hard to describe how intense a blue it is. The pic gives you an idea. The other was a sinkhole that formed in the town and they decided to turn it into a garden. Back on the road again, as far as Port Fairy (formerly know as Belfast) Of course had to stop here for a while. It's a quaint little place and popped ...
... it's a great view for miles upon miles around. We are all truly stinking at this stage so we head on to camp where the shower that evening is a welcoming relief. Next morning we get another quick walk in and later we head on to Yellow Rivers for a boat cruise about the rivers and lakes. It's a great evening and we get to see loads of local wildlife and some truly wild and free crocs. The area is completely flooded after the rains so we can't get in to parts. We spot a croc that's ...
... may have been a sign. We thought that we had booked a room via email but when we spoke to the woman behind the desk it turns out we hadn't but as the place was pretty much empty it didn't really matter. It's the wet season at the moment and not really the best time to visit as most tourist come during the dry season so we kinda had the place to ourselves. However the phone lines were all down and so it had no Internet or ATM/card facilities. It's a good job we had got money ...
... to put us up.
We have a traditional Xmas Eve, for our family, with a BBQ after church, for those who go, and then present opening. Le'Anne & Steve's grown up kids are there, along with their first grandchild, Kahlia.
As usual, the present giving is prolonged and good fun. Everyone is generous, giving appropriate and well thought out gifts.
Xmas dinner is a full sit down meal, again all of the family ...
... or so and then grabbed so e take-away fish and chips (baracuda) and sat on the grass to watch an amazing sunset. I'd been told they were good from here and it was definitely worth it. Sunset around 7:15 and I was back at the hostel around 8:30. I re packed my bags once again and got an early night ready for my next three-day trip tomorrow. Quite a chilled day but the walking in the humidity made me ...
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