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Another surf lesson for today bet woke up early for a killer run on the beach ! Did about 3km but was so tough but so beautiful watching the sun rise! Surf lesson at midday was so tough , I was getting so exhausted and frustrated with myself cause couldn't stand up! Was getting battered by the big waves! Even had to take a 5min time out :) had a …
... and collecting firewood is never-ending. Anyway, they certainly don't complain about a thing and have been living there for seven years in bliss. After happy greetings all round, much jumping from Otto the young Kelpie/ Blue Heeler cross, Chris showed us to our campsite, complete with thunderbox ensuite facilities. He assured me that he had cleared out the red-backs and snakes and it was ready to go. Chris and Monika are both a riot of funny stories that kept ...
We were very sad to leave the gang (and Hugo the dog) in Melbourne, but packed up our bags and continued on our adventure.
Initially a bit skeptical about this leg of our trip, we should never have thought twice about it...it has been amazing!!
In batting order:
Rosebud (Mornington Penisula)
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... near Ashby Turn used to be Dr O Connor's house our old doctor. This was before the doctors surgery was built. Then at the back of the book was a picture of Scunthorpe Builders Merchants where I used to work showing the showroom where Mary worked. It is amazing that I go all the way to Australia to see pics of our local history. We will have to visit our local ...
... opened for a bit so we went on a bit of a coastal walk and back through a bit of typical Aussie bush! A few beers in a pub and a bag of chips followed and a nearly night after that. We awoke to Kangaroos outside the car, a very nice ...