Barwon Heads Resort at 13th Beach
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... Strawberries by wiping them with a piece of damp kitchen paper. (wiping them rather than washing them ensures the fruit doesn't absorb lots of water which can affect the setting process). Cut the strawberries in half and put them into a bowl. Toss through the sugar (I used castor sugar and used about a cups worth which was just enough to not make ...
... the beach wasn't anything like what we're used to in SA, and while the sand was nice and the water was clear (although cold!) the beach itself was tiny, and was being used primarily by people taking boats out. It was cool though to see all the little beach huts, which we suppose are available for hire? (Just did a quick google, apparently they are privately owned and not typically available for hire. Some are used to store boats, but more frequently are used as ...
... against at high tide. Kids are free too so it is pretty cheap. Apparently the Abc tv series Sea Change was filmed in this caravan park and surrounding beaches. I went fishing this morning off Diver Dan's Jetty. Man I suck at fishing. Anyhows, I'm off to take the kids to the playground and wet another line. Might take some coldies with me to
... a sheep being shorn, people fail at cracking a whip, and a dog herd sheep. Overall a fulfilling experience. Yeah I could has done all of gang close to home but how many farms in Ohio overlook a bay?! The seals weren't out so the trip to the end of the island was fairly pointless and extremely cold and windy. But the march of the penguins was fun. Although sitting ...
... to watch this grassy area with gravel car park fill up with all manner of campers over the evening. They filled up every possible nook and cranny and then started knocking on doors to see if they could double-park! We were totally surrounded but no problemo! A chilly and quiet night considering. Wednesday February 5th After brekky we headed west for about thirty minutes to the small inland town of Forrest, then into Lake Elizabeth in the Great ...