Bridport Seaside Lodge
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... Mud massaged into hair and scalp. The result was complete relaxation and soft, silky hair - nice. The Spa was located on the bluff top, so the relaxation lounge and even the treatment rooms have large windows overlooking the ocean. On such a beautiful day, this was the icing on the cake of relaxation and rejuvenation.
We ended the day with another delicious dinner at the Lost Farms Restaurant. The meal started with ...
... golf courses and the resort did not exist until 2004, but both courses are in the top 20 golf courses outside the US and as a result have started to attract quite a following. The setting is spectacular along the sea, set high on sand dune bluffs. In appearance it looks like some of the famous Scottish and Irish dune courses, just warmer weather! We capped the day with a delicious dinner accompanied by Tasmanian Pinot Noir.
... a carved 'wishing well' and we signed our names as we had done at so many places during our travels. We spent more time than we planned looking at these beautiful pieces of history. We took a moment to remember those who fought to give us what we enjoy today and could only imagine what it was like for the families way back then. It was sad to read the stories of the soldiers ...
... surprised at how much easier it was than what I thought it would be.
As we headed out toward the highway, we called into the Pub In the Paddock that we had passed on our way to the falls. This 1880 building could easily be missed as a pub out here but good signage ensures the tourists find it ok. It's claim to fame is its beer drinking pig - Priscilla! We pulled out the front of what could easily be a grand home and entered into a warm, ...
... up north to check out some really small places, called
Anson Bay, Policemans Point and Gladstone.
These were very small places indeed and there was not too much to
see. In our opinion, this is not one of
the prettiest areas of Tassie. On our
return trip we did come across Little Blue Lake, which has formed in a disused
mining site, and as our photos show it is definitely 'blue’. This is caused from the residue from ...