Eagle Heights Holiday Units
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... But two or more notes create harmony. Speaking of harmony, I have been blasting to "Down Under" by Men At Work while I hang out in the library. Feelin more and more like a bogan aussie. That tune is Ace! Usually have a few Cuppas from the billy while I'm at it. Cam has invited me to Chrissy at his place. Should be some Grog and some ridgy-didge blokes there that will get along with a seppo cockie like me. ...
... Again we see the lovely spring colours of the leaves and flowers on the native trees. We are on the costal road, but because of the National Parks it is inland to far for us to see the ocean. As we go along, the temperature gauge starts to rise and we hit 35 degrees.Just before the town of Orbost, we see the signs for the Snowy Mountains, which we will not be visiting on this trip. Another time maybe. Stop at the town of Cann River for a short break and just after we start ...
Drove from Mystery Bay to Eden. We stayed at the "Garden of Eden" Caravan Park, which is a Top Tourist Park ($31.50 after discount 10%). Its a great little park by the lake and beach, and is pet friendly. I went to the Ben Boyd National Park to see "The Pinnacles", which is a red clay cliff. Pepper and I walked along the Lake Curalo Boardwalk, which goes for a couple of kilometers, and leads to the Aslings Beach. This beach is leash free, so Pepper could ...
... t have
their own vessel. This also accounts for
the number of boats arriving at the caravan park today! Oh well, as he said – he will have to wait
another time and feels sure there will be plenty of opportunity in trips ahead.
He has his sights on Arno Bay in South Australia.
Fish 'n chips
are one of the “must haves” when you are on a seaside holiday so we took
ourselves down to the wharf to what must be the ...
... make the parameters for the claim really small. Anyway, it was hardly worth the walk, but I did meet a nice woman who I chatted to for a while. While eating I saw, Sonya bike past so I yelled at her and she joined me for lunch/dinner. She was continuing a further 15km up the road to a national park campground, so cheaper or if you're lucky, free! When I got to the park I got invited round for tea by the lady I met on the walk her name was Chris, so I chatted with her and her ...