Comfort Inn Foster
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Foster
... a while trying to do handstands and took several silly photos. We then drove up a big hill to another walk where we would be able to see a great view of the park. It was a bit of a boring walk sidewinding up the mountain. It took about an hour and we arrived for the start of the sunset. It was probably one of the best views of the whole trip and if you've been following it, you would know I've seen some breathtaking things. The walk back ...
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 ...
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 ...
... have an area with really nice houses and another one with gum trees where we found numerous koalas. But even on the trees next to the sidewalk in the middle of the housing estate there were some lazy koalas hanging around on the branches. And I spotted the first one! (unfortunately I didn’t bet and so there was no ice cream for me) If you want to see koalas in the wild, you should go to that island. It is impossible not to see them there!
On the way back we met a ...
... After an early lunch stop at Woodside (more to get out of the wind) it was a frustrating battle onto Yarram. I found a Woollies and stocked up with 4 days rations again. Although I'd spent the whole day in a wool T-shirt, long sleeve riding shirt and spray jacket, the wind just seemed to blow right through me and I’m sure the temp kept dropping. ...