Comfort Inn Merimbula
Travel Blogs from Merimbula
A rude awakening when Richard set off the fire alarm toasting hot cross buns. Not great for a sore head after too much good wine last night.
A good day for nature watching. A picturesque and relaxing 300km drive through forest area, a perfect road for motor-cycling. Had a picnic lunch at Quarantine Bay, just outside Eden - where the local …
... about in the streets, being absolute tourists we jumped out and took photos. We had a fairly early night, after a few drinks and introductions to the extended family, and the local baker and Oyster farmer and their family ( there was a BBQ at the neighbours which we dropped in on!) The next day we got up and headed for the beach, aiming to try out surfing!! Jack and Hannah are keen surfers, with Marty even joining in too. So the whole gang ...
... today as boutique
accommodation and eatery, it is the only remaining building of Boydtown – a
settlement that began construction circa 1840 by Benjamin Boyd, an early
settler and entrepreneur. His vision for
a town bearing his name was never completed, but the area known as Boydtown is
particularly special to the indigenous community of Thaua people – their
ancestors conducted hunts and ceremonies here, developing their own ...
... fond farewell to Hannah and Liam, last seen walking to the tram stop at St Kilda to get the tram into Melbourne to the Pensione Hotel. We had picked up the car at Europcar and seen the other 4 set off in the 4wd.
Had a 3 hour plus drive, as per Danny's instructions, to Lakes Entrance (a fabulous holiday destination, I should suppose, for the Australian family. Had a 40 min stop here and ...
... the afternoon sun.
Great to hear Tess swam so well today - a 1st in Butterfly and a 2nd in Backstroke - so through to the district swimming - well done Tess! Not so good to hear Mikayla has an ear infection.
We decided to have Dinner down at the Wharf at Snug Cove. It was very peaceful and protected, we thought we might have a lovely sunset - but nothing behind the dark clouds! It was still a very relaxed enjoyable dinner by the ...