Comfort Inn Foster
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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So today I started my first hitch-hike experience in Australia. From what I've noticed now this shouldn't be any problem at all, since the Australians are really very nice people!
And it worked! During the day I got five rides from Lakes Entrance to Foster, which is 228 kilometers! ^^
It really started very good, I only had to walk 300 meters away from my hostel in Lakes Entrance and someone pulled over and drove me to Bairnsdale! ...
... building in front of the beach where the vast majority of the penguins turn up in the evening, and charges you to come and watch this natural occurrence. The lady at the entrance suggested that we may not have missed all of the penguin endeavours and we paid to get in, but apart from seeing four or five cute little penguins walk up the hill behind a row of never ending Chinese tourists I felt thoroughly let down. We walked down to the beach which ...
... like noodle omelette but it wasn't too bad. It was noddles mixed with 3 eggs, half an onion and half a tin of peas. Surprisingly it was ok and probably only cost $1.50 pp to make so that makes it even better. We had tea, finished a glass or two of wine and the saw the evening in by almost finishing the game of monopoly that we started in Thailand! Ooo we also saw our very first wombat today. We then went on to see three more. Saw lots of kangaroos and wallabies ...
... time wandering through the various shops here and old buildings. It was then onto Warragul for the night, which is close to Drouin where our friends live. This caravan park was almost full but we were offered a non-powered site which suited us for the evening. The trees were filled with noisy corellas late afternoon and early evening and Ken had a face to face meeting with a huntsman spider- hard to believe we are in the middle of a busy town. Today we ...
... in a clockwise direction and we have travelled anti - clockwise so it is amazing that we have re-connected in Victoria 4 months later!!
Had the best afternoon at Squeaky Beach with the sand dunes, a long beach walk and a little bit of beach fishing. Lots of chatter with John & Yuli about our trip how our ...