Wyndham Resort Torquay
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... had like Cath on tinder. Turns out one was really fit and a semi professional surfer! Then we got chatting to some other guys who were staying at our hostel- 1 Canadian & 1 from Melbourne. The Canadian was a hitchhiker and wanted an ride with us to the next town, so we obliged. We ended the night back at our hostel being told off by the owner at 1 minute past midnight for making too much ...
... zucchini fritters from our HelloFresh box but they didn't work. Not a happy chappy.
M,T, W - B has uni intensive 9 -5 everyday. Uck.
So, just to clarify, Barry is a cafe on High Street that we've been told to go to so many times and we never have. it's so popular there's often a line up. We didn't have to wait for a table which was lucky, and we were so glad we tried it because it was the best breakfast we've had ...
... view from where we were!
Kirsty was adamant that she wasn't going to stop walking back up the stairs. She had counted 120 before I distracted her, but she thinks there was about 170. If you did that 2 or 3 times a day you'd be fit.
The road from Erskine Falls brings you back into Lorne. We parked up on the edge of town, beside the beach. A great spot for lunch. We got the chairs out of the back of the camper, set them up on the verge leading to the beach ...
... to the caravan park at Dingley Village. Will keep you posted how we go after Saturday. :-) Even though it is overcast tonight, it was pleasant to sit outside and have tea. We haven't been able to do that very much so far to date. We'd just come inside when Kathy sent a text, are we watching the sunset? Noooo! I quickly ran out to the bank of the River and saw this brilliant sky. Check out the photo! Tomorrow is another day and we're looking forward to whatever it may ...
... bus, but then took pity on us. We travelled as far as Fairhaven, which is the most western point of The Surf Coast Walk, and got off to begin the section back to Airey's inlet. As we attempted 'a selfy', a kind man driving past pulled over and took our picture for us and made sure we were ok. We already looked bedraggled from the rain before the days walk had even begun. We tramped in the rain up passed a stuffed ...