Comfort Inn Merimbula
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We picked up the car from Canberra airport and immediately drove back towards Canberra so we could do a bit more tourism. Our guide book says a drive up Mt Ainsley gives a great view of the city, and it is no lie. The Australian Capital Territory is laid out before you, and at this point you realise how small it actually is. Our taxi driver that …
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 …
... I watched it rip the roof complete with air conditioner and canvas walls away from the main body of the van. I watched an awning simply peel off the side of a 20ft van and end up 10m in the air in a large tree. I watched huge branches crash down safely to the ground, luckily without connecting with tents and campers below. I watched a camper trailer complete with tent and people roll 5m before the tent was ripped off the trailer. I watched mattresses and ...
... and rain. Slowly the temperature gauge moved up from 14 to 19 and the sun came out.
We stopped in Bega, at the cheese heritage centre, tasted some and had a good look around. The owners originally came from Scotland, name of Black, Charles Black (is he an ancestor of ours Mum?) we bought some souvenirs and continued on our way.
It was John's turn to drive and he took us to the seaside. We followed the map to a place called ...
... else’s site. There are quite a few other grey nomads in residence as well as a number of others in the scattered cabins within the park.
During the afternoon it was good to stretch our legs on a walk along the boardwalk that skirts Lake Curalo. We walked through to Aslings Beach and then trekked our way through soft sands as the waves of the Pacific Ocean rolled in and the skies darkened.
Early in the evening, enjoying a glass of wine ...