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... boys, Dave & Nigel who come to the "big house" for breakfast every morning. Much discussion about the little bit of rain we had overnight – they were a bit disappointed as they were expecting about 40 mm. When Julie said goodbye to us and went to bed, Murray took us on another tour, this time on foot, around the sheds and silos surrounding the house. So much machinery of gigantic proportions – mind boggling! Murray is an excellent ...
... was our Fairy Penguin tour. We took a bus over to the bay where we started by having a fish and chips dinner (among the thousands of others), while watching a countdown on when the penguins would arrive at the cove. Becky was able to get us Premium tickets that allowed us onto a special viewing area. We made our way to the viewing area that faced the ocean and was given a small talk while we waited. The sun went down and the cove became very dark. We were afraid ...
... where I got a salmon cheese sandwich which was delicious. When we left sovereign hill our bus driver took us to the botanical gardens and down town Melbourne where all the houses are on the bay and little shops! It was very cool! I did some Shopping and got a few shirts then went to dinner with some of the girls. We then went to a bar by the hotel to have a few drinks and then went back to the hotel to head to bed! We have an early and long day tomorrow at Philips ...
... with miles of beaches and sea. Our first stop on Saturday was a place called Lorne, it was like a holiday town back home. The beach itself was pretty nice along with the surrounding area of parks, cafes and restaraunts. We then drove to Mariners falls, here we done a walk to a waterfall. The walk was quite entertaining as there were fallen trees in many places from a storm, and I then fell into the stream whilst crossing it (which of course ...
... written ledgers. We lunched on Australian meat pies en route back to our hotel.
Warren, Rob and Mary played Victoria Golf Club in the afternoon. The course was very beautiful and the terrain a little more rolling, and full of Dr. MacKenzie's diabolical bunkers. Without a course guide (they just held an LPGA major tournament and were sold out) or caddy we were guessing a lot about the course. We were the three musketeers battling ...