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The most idyllic setting. Our treehouse is amazing, a mini paradise. The cabin has an upstairs and is surrounded by trees, even the spa bath has a view! The equipment is the best we have ever seen and even has a coffee maker, could stay here forever.
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Woke up to a beautiful sunrise shining through our window, with lovely memories of sharing our steak barbecue last night with a friendly kookaburra!
Today is a special day, 9th February. At home it is the celebration of life for a very dear friend, Lesley, who lost her battle with ovarian cancer a few weeks ago and who supported …
Thank you to all our friends for their comments - so great to read them. (Julia, London Bridge is the broken apostle where a couple having an affair got stranded and ended up on the front pages of the national newspapers!!)
After checking out from the Warrnambool hotel our first stop was petrol, which cost about £20 to fill up the …
... the fact that: 1. I was not sick in a disgusting hostel and I was instead at a nice one 2. I had very good prescription grade anti-nausea meds with me (Zofran – thanks Dad) 3. I was not as sick as I was when I got food poisoning last March after eating an oyster from a food truck at a food truck festival (that one should have been obvious). However, I was in no way shape or form in the morning to do a second hike that I had planned on ...
... of it while it was still sleeping! It was the first kangaroo I saw in the wild, but would not be the last. We are traveling through the Grampians, the Tasmanian outback and there is much more to see.
It had been a long day already, but as we traveled back down the mountains toward Hobart, we came to a small town called Halls Gap. And, all of a sudden we started seeing herds of wild Roos grazing in the fields and woodlands. ...
... town, Casterton, to check out the lagoon and kelpie trail revealing the life and times of the kelpie. Not far from Casterton we stopped again to look at Wannon Falls, before continuing our journey to Halls Gap.
Halls Gap is in the heart of The Grampians and was the perfect place for us to explore the area. We stayed in an amazing caravan park next to Lake Bellfield. Kayleigh was thrilled with the carefree wildlife ...