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And so the predicted bad weather came upon us like torrential rain and gale-force winds, and we were safely tucked up in a cabin at the caravan park feeling not the least bit sorry for the people in campers. It really was foul weather and we were grateful that it hit after we'd done the almost 400km drive to Meningie. Because it would have sucked …
... to make it their main residence and there were workmen everywhere. With no way of making coffee in their house, we headed off for a leisurely drive to Victor Harbour, highlighting many scenic stops along the way. After our big lunch, we weren't that hungry for tea, so Robyn and I both produced a nibbles platter and bottles of wine. As there was nowhere warm in their house to sit, talk and appreciate these nibbles, we ...
... huge, long sandbar that runs for miles and miles along the south coast of Australia ...Tracy decided we should take the 'scenic route', which turned out to be 13+ km of unsealed, corrugated washboard roads, with, sadly, no nice scenery to see, other than a few glimpses of sand dunes and a saline lake off in the distance! The saving grace was the spotting of ...
... the hospital.
The park we stay at is old and full of resident people not many travellers, but it has new owners who are trying to improve it.
I sat at the hospital for 2 hours for x rays and results, as I,am not from here I had to wait around for results. The hospital was also supposed to fax the results and report to doctor in Benalla.I found out 2 days latter they had not, they had given everything to me. We were already on the road passing ...
... back. He said his car, which was much bigger, had struggled too! He also helped us by checking the pressure with his gauge since the garage didn't seem to have one! So once more set off, thinking about how different this whole thing might have been if those guys hadn't stopped. And all they said when we thanked them, was "No worries!" and all of this on Australia Day too! The whole journey seemed to be on very straight roads, passing ...