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... warm and comfy outdoor spa where she could warm up then she would jump out, climb into the zorb ball and play for a while before getting back into the spa again to warm up. She never actually ventured into the real swimming pool in contrast to Judah who certainly doesnt take something as insignificant as ice on the top of the water to stop him from having fun. He assured me it wasn't cold! I was wearing my Europe snow jacket so I assured him that I knew that reality to ...
... deer – although one
decided he was having it all and started nipping the other when he came for
some – err – time to leave!! I didn’t think
it wise to get into the pen with the wallabies as one of them was having saucy
thoughts of the female – as my photo will show!! I didn’t want to be a gooseberry! All in all, it was a very enjoyable day,
finished off with a bottle of wine with Jan and Barry.
... budget for the day on my lunch!! Everything is so expensive.....maybe because it is a touristy place?? My GPS and I are butting heads it seems, it is a love hate relationship....I have named her "the boss" as she likes to boss me around! She does not like when I venture off track, which I do often.....am not sure how many times I heard....recalculating....today! I get myself lost and then she gets me back on track when I finally decide to listen! I found some ...
... the coming months and years.
The end of the road brings us to Cape Otway lightstation, the oldest surviving lighthouse in Australia. It was built in 1848 by 40 stonemasons with no mortar or cement. We promised Dylan we would find him a lighthouse he could go in after the one at Port Fairy was closed. The wind has picked up to gale force by the time we reach the top and we grip on for dear life not to be blown off the ...
... for us to get much out of the coastline. There is a nice cycle around the Island just on the edge of town which we enjoyed. There are some nice boutiques in town too, so one afternoon I went for a drive to look at the shops and I found a glass blowing gallery which had some of the nicest blown glass I’ve seen (and that includes real Murano glass too). Still to this day I am regretting not buying a ...