Anchorage at Victor Harbor
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... by a particular unremarkeable lampost. When we get there we have a good look, but there is no sign pointing the way to a hotel or anything else, about half a mile up the road you come to rest opposite a green sliding metal door and a bell with 'Palms' written underneath in yellow script. You have arrived.
As it turned out the place was fantastic, a real home frome home run by Gerry, who is half Dutch, half Sri Lankan and has lived most of his life in ...
... tap, was as a wide as the insert on a bic biro. The water droplets that finally made it to the shower head must have celebrated all the way to the top of my dry bonce. Bugger me it added a new dimension to showering or more fondly remembered as dashing around under the shower head wondering what was going on. The zebra patterned shower curtain should have been a hint but I thought it was in keeping with the farm ...
... grazing on the way to Wilmington in such a short distance. It was just a shame that it was so wet and misty with low cloud! At least we were cozy and warm in our powered site that cold and damp night. On Sunday we carried on through Ulooloo and Peterborough to arrive at our free camp spot for the night at Mount Bryan. It was a good spot opposite the hotel on what used to be the old railway line tracks, which are now pulled up and gone, but the ...
... vegetables served with lemon and roasted almonds. Nikki and her staff were so warm and welcoming and have provided us with a very special memory to cherish of our time on The Fleurieu. Can't wait to come back...
Dean and I both agreed that the setting reminded us of a place we stopped on the walk from Levanto to Monterosso and with further contemplation, we realised it was the same day last year!!!!!!!!!!!! FREAKY!
It's everywhere in Australia! They even had it available in a supermarket in Sydney, heart-shaped for Valentines Day. It's in many sandwich shops and restaurants. I guess it's pretty popular considering it's all over the place, even in this town. And don't even get me started on Vegemite. Took one taste and gagged! Aussies put it on toast, bread, in sauces.....Just a warning-DON'T EVER EAT THIS NASTY ...