Comfort Inn On Raglan
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... about getting ready. The campsite was pretty quiet so we had the showers to ourselves before cooking up bacon butties on our own as well. Before leaving Mount Gambier we felt it only right to see what the town had to offer and headed for its most famous attraction, it's crater lakes. The largest of which aptly named "blue lake" is very impressive; beautifully clear but it had actually looked more blue when we drove past it at dusk the previous night! The second crater lake is "valley ...
... the way back into town, we stopped at another lookout to admire the beach further along the coast. We needed some more food supplies so headed to the supermarket to top up. With full shopping bags, we stopped at Dominos for a lunch treat.
Our next stop was Tower Hill. This is a crater that has become a haven for wildlife, just outside of town. We drove slowly into the centre of the crater and spotted some kangaroos and ...
... Warrnambool. After a brief chit chat Rosie, Tara, Becky and us headed to the local pub. And as it was St Patricks day the pub was quite busy and was handing out free Guinness hats and Magners hats for every drink. Plus I also won a Guinness t shirt on a scratch card! So we was all plastic paddy's for the night. The next day it was back in the little car and drove back to Melbourne straight to the airport to catch a flight to ...
This morning we woke up and Shirley was glued on her phone as the final of the World Championships darts was unfolding. Gary Anderson was crowned champion after defeating nemesis Phil Taylor. A great way to start our day. We took the scenic route along the coast and drove through lush green forest land. We had a quick pits stop in Portland. We then entered the state of Victoria. Due to the school holidays we had to look for a spot as most places were sold out.
... and many caves are starting to form. The middle of London Bridge collapsed in 1990. Most tourist on the bridge managed to get to safety on the mainland side, but a couple got caught out and had to be rescued by Helicopter. Unfortunately for the said couple, they certainly got caught out, as they had told each of their spouses that they were on a conference with their companies in Melbourne.WHOOPS. Apparently it made headlines all around the world. We ended the ...