Four Points by Sheraton Geelong
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The hotel offers good value for money, i will recommend to everyone who is looking for good services
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... lunch there. Hanging around a bit longer than it took to eat lunch as it was very nice, and very warm too.
Driving a bit further along the surf coast we reached Bells Beach. Home to the longest running surf contest in the world. Whilst it was a nice day, the sun blazing down and virtually no breeze, this wasn't such great conditions for surfing. The sea, in the main, was as flat as a pancake, the occasional swell coming along to provide the surfers some ...
... a bruise on her forehead). Heather and Loz went to investigate and found the ball at the very tip top of the tree. Loz decided to climb the tree and shake it out. It looked like a large animal was moving in the tree tops shaking out leaves and branches. The ball eventually fell out and we decided to call it quits.
We headed down to the Geelong waterfront for brekkie. I had eggs benedict...boring, but Heather had something unusual. She had pancakes ...
Today we went to the airport and borded our small plane. It was a long flight but it was very bumpy some people were vomiting and it was annoying. After that we went to our hotel. We un packed because we were staying there for a week. Our hotel room was quite big. We had lots of beds. There were six, bunk beds, there was a room with two beds and another room with two beds. After that we ...
... bay for lunch, burger and chips, yummy, I was soo full up! We then went for a nice walk through Mait's Rest rainforest which was really nice, then we had an hour drive to the wreck coast I nodded off on the coach, but felt better when I woke up.. We then stopped at the Twelve Apostles at Port Campbell National park, too some pictures there then went to the loch and gorge, then finally finished off at London ...
At Mildura, Susanne and I will leave the Source to Sea trip as we are heading across to Canberra for a week of fun and frolic with our fellow A Van Solo Travellers for our annual get-together. We'll celebrate the Melbourne Cup, even run our own horses in the morning. Then watch the big race in the afternoon. If we're good girls and boys, Santa will visit some time during the week and there'll be Christmas lunch and plum pudd.