Mantra on Frome
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... was being friendly but proceeded to bite my toe. We eventually braved it down the steps to see the rest of the family and feed hem some bread. ( We revisited both sinkholes in the light and they were much less intimidating.) We started the next day with a brief stop at the Blue lake which was exactly as it sounds, incredibly blue. On we went to Port Fairy, a pretty little harbour side town, where we had lunch and ice creams by the water. Next, on to Warrnambool ...
... and at the end a flash of full frontal male nudity (dang it I missed it because somebody's big fat head was in the way) (she isn’t talking about my head, it was the guy in front of her). Before the show we wandered around the park across the street, renamed The Garden of Un-Earthly Delights for the festival. It was really cool with lights, lampshades and umbrellas hanging from the trees and oddball pieces of worn out furniture scattered about for ...
... area were closed, so we had to take the highway to the Barossa area. Our fun started immediately on arrival with a 3.5 hour trike tour of the valley which we had booked just the day before! Even in 39C this couldn't have been better. Our driver and guide, Tony, drove us around to various wineries (Whistler, Seppeltsfield, Murray Street) and the famous Maggie Beers where we sampled the produce. Such Fun !! We rounded off the day with dinner at 1918, a very good restaurant ...
... held our breathe and he jumped in. Quite cold and the breeze was chilly, especially after swimming! Bbrrr! We wandered and checked if all out. A very laze afternoon. Just what we needed.
Mandys preamp arrived at 5:30. Mandy brother and family arrived. A family feast was held.
... somewhere up high another rock wallaby hops across the view only to disappear into the high grass again.
Soon enough we come past the turn-off south to the Bunyeroo Gorge. That is the intended direction we wanted to go. But we are only halfway through the geological trail, so we keep going east. We stop at a lookout in the middle of a valley, a soft layer in the scheme of things inbetween the harder rocks that form the ranges, and enjoy a light ...