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... for the Orcas.
We sat on a bench overlooking the beach and it was very hot. There is also an historic cemetery that overlooks the beach. Brian wondered over and had a look round - didn't stay.!! We then arrived at Merimbula where we are staying for a couple of days. We are staying at the Sapphire Waters Motel which has a balcony and a bit of a view of the lake. It was nice to unwind by the pool and sit on the balcony before going out for dinner at the RSL ...
... competitive for Sydney! The Princes Highway beckoned as we need to be in Bairnsdale for tonight's motel and we had about 300 km to cover. We stopped several times to admire the scenery and have short walks. For instance as we entered Victoria we happened upon the Drummer Rainforest Walk - just a happy find along the roadside. This was only a little walk, but it took us deep into the forest. (No still no snakes! Relieved). We came very close to at the ...
... did not wk! Oops(help Davey). The garmin steered me past several landmarks of Canberra including Parliament House - traffic and no stopping places meant no pics - I was also on a mission to get new rubber and had made an appointment with Mick Cole Motorcycles in Bega. The x was perky and had a nice revvy motor and exhaust note. The motor spinned well and accelerated up to 80 km hr very nicely. The brembo brakes were good and pulled the bike up ...
... we grabbed a quick bite. The trip there was quite smokey, but when we opened the car doors we were hit with that very strong smell of campfire. We drove for 2 hours from Morell before we escaped the smoke at Lakes Entrance, which is where we finally got back to the ocean.
The as we proceeded up the cost we ran into more overcast, that also turned out to be fire related.
Around 4:30 we reached Eden which is less than 30 minutes from out final destination for today, ...
... Bay it looks great. From there we drove out to Green Cape Lookout where the scenery to Disaster Bay is breathtaking. Then on the Greencape Lighthouse. There are Lighthouse Keeper Cottages there and two are available for hire if you fancy staying in a remote house overlooking the ocean. 45kms from Eden. We really enjoyed the day out to the Boyd Tower and the lighthouse but they are both in National Park down ...