Best Western Warragul Motel
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... of the locals. There was always some one around willing to stop,talk, give information or directions, whether it be in a major city of a small rural town. There was politeness and a genuine thanks for just walking into a store.
The 16 day National Parks Lodges tour was the definite highlight of our time away and we would highly recommend it to anyone. The tour leader was Amanda and she would have to be the most enthusiastic and well ...
... the windy road we came around a corner and were greeted to a gorgeous view down to the ocean and beaches below. We got to the end of the road and pulled up in a really nice camp site in the hills. We thought it would be a really nice place to stay if we had more time but unfortunately we didn't! During our camping through Australia we have become a bit eagle eyed for a cheeky free hot shower and this camp site had an appealing large toilet block that ...
... animals, real characters who we will remember for a long time.
But we have a decked out van that needs using! No complaints house sitting has been good to us and I'm sure we will do it again in the future, with the mid point of winter behind us the days are getting lighter already, we have one week left here at Trickle Hill farm and then one short house sit booked at Lakes Entrance with some HelpX work either side ...
... you are confident and in charge of the situation or they will quickly walk all over you, Sharon may find it hard to win back there respect as they realise she isn't that confident. You don't need to bully or whip the horses you just need to let them know you are confident and what you want from them, it all good learning.
On our day off we had chance to drive to the SkyView in the Dandenong ranges, we also visited a sculpture park ...
When we woke on Tuesday there was an amazing amount of condensation in the van, it was cold but fortunately the sun was shining. After visits from a variety of ducks, a beautiful cobalt blue coot and two black swans - remember we were camped by the lagoon - we dried out things as best we could and hit the road for Castlemaine.
We made a stop in Ararat where there was a lovely textile exhibition in the Regional Gallery. John met ...
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