The Old Mount Gambier Gaol
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Von Victor Harbor aus ist es eine fünfstündige Fahrt bis zu unserem nächsten Ziel, Mount Gambier.
Hier übernachten wir im Old Mt. Gambier Gaol, einem ehemaligen Gefängnis. Beim check in bekommen wir die Codes für die Schliesstüren und einen Plan für einen selbstgeführten Tour über das Gelände. Wir haben eine 4-Bett Dorm reserviert, zum Glück …
... Got up this morning winds still very strong but the rains had eased slightly however nowhere near good enough to go for a walk outside, we will just have to sit it out & hope to get out later as we leave tomorrow & head towards the town of Penola where Australia's first saint was born St Mary McKillop. ...
... end of the beach and looked around the rocky divide, there was another beach, and in the distance several more. It's not something that Australia lacks. It probably has enough that you could have one each!
A quick stop at Silomains pond. It says that this pond is 7 times saltier than the sea. Had it been a bit warmer and the water a bit less green we may have taken a dip to see how bouyant we would be with all that extra salt. But we left it for the ducks and moved ...
... backwards and forwards to the toilet! Never the less the kids enjoyed a good play. After Millicent we headed off to Mount Gambier. I guess that most of you, knowing us would be fairly unsurprised to know that when we head off somewhere, we often have no idea where we are going and if we do know where, we have no idea what is there. So we had no expectations of Mount Gambier except that numerous of our growing group of grey nomad friends we've made along ...
... boating fraternity. We left here and thought it was time to head off into Mount Gambia Town and sort our digs out for the night. During our journey we came across a wire fence that was laiden with old pairs of shoes. A sign displayed said, "lost soles".....The local Information Office was closed so I used their free wi fi facility to find us a room for two nights at the Commodore in the park hotel. Pleasant surprise here, we managed to get the Delux suite ...