Comfort Inn Foster
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With the caravan tyre fixed we head off to explore the Gippsland region. Our first stop is at Nicholson where we are afforded wonderful reflections in the river. There is a great camping area here but after a walk we decide to head on as we want to catch up with friends tomorrow. We stop for lunch in the Immigration park at Morwell and find a spot next to the lake to park. It's quite windy here so we quickly move on before driving to the village of Yarragon. We spent ...
... which is not a good sign this early. I long for home creature comforts. Luckily we are staying in houses for about 10 days, going from Josie's to Steve and Melissa in Sandringham. We will then have a week camping which will be cold before turning north and inland to our friends the Gibbs family in Bendigo for Easter. From there it will be a straight and long month of going north to warmer climes as we head to ...
A breakfast feast was shared with us all and then time to sit and chat. Always lots to talk about.
We finally left at 11:00 and headed towards Wilson's Prom. We met up with John and Yuli who were the English couplet touring around Australia that had helped us the night we ran out of petrol at The Bungle Bungles. The ...
... sound of it the wind and rain were pretty powerfull. Two things to be thankful for - we dined early and this place did not get hit! Talking with local people the next day we discovered that the lightening had lit up the whole valley and people had been visiting the beaches to get a better view! I think this was an exceptional storm for Victoria - Queensland meanwhile gets them fairly regularly and we have seen a few ourselves over the last few ...
... without seeing a soul. A quick selfie by the sign, a few other photos and I was back, ever alert, on the track to walk back to rescue Nelson.
It was hard going but it was worth it.
The only sign of human activity was the container ship that sailed by.
No. That's not Tassie in the background – ...