Best Western Olde Maritime Motor Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Olde Maritime Motor Inn Warrnambool
Comfortable place-stayed in room 40 which is a two bedroom cottage. Friendly staff.
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Breakfast ended at 9am-hence quick continental. Maritime centre - shop,film, wander around village. Weaving, glass work, printer (burned down in 2012),wood turning. Admission AUD16 each. Met the Maremma dogs Eudy and Tula who protect the Penguins on Middle Island. Coffee sop Middle island Paddle Echidna Tower Hill - large Koalas in the tree. Emus- …
Blog No 8 27th October
Went Brighton today very elite apartments put a deposit down on a seafront house. 29th moved out of Melbourne to Torquay and our second airs bnb weather good 30th had a day trip out to Lorne & Erskine Falls and the start of our journey along the Great Ocean Road 31st ...
... relocate a campervan back to Sydney as it would be a lot cheaper for us and we'd get to see more of the country. We picked up the van just outside Adelaide's CBD, the style similar to that which we had up the east coast but bigger! It's a 4 berth campervan which sits 5 people and us both taller and longer than what we've had previously. Once that paperwork had been sorted and the inspection done, we were on the road once again and heading out of Adelaide. Having heard of a town ...
... names. Perfect end to a perfect day.
The driver did really really good today...is relaxed into down under left hand automatic responses. The passenger is improving.
Oops, before I forget the Aussie press is calling the PM Tony Abbott "a dead man walking."...probably because of the close polls of approval/disapproval. Will keep you posted in case you are hanging in with your fingertips over this nail biter issue.
... an environmentally sustainable farm, and again came away with some of the fine cheeses to be consumed at a later date. In the garden surrounding the cheese farm were many garden statues, including on top of the large water tank, a replica of the Lock Ness Monster.( see photo ). Our last call was at the tiny town of Timboon and the Railway Shed Distillery. Tried the tasters but not whiskey drinkers, so was not impressed, but did find our ...