Mantra on Frome
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Its starting to feel a little real that we will be on our way very soon! Thought I'd trial my blog site so its all ready to go when we actually head off. I am sitting in our van with icy cold fingers, and am feeling quite proud of myself that I managed to connect a bluetooth keyboard to my new iphone. These days i'm feeling quite technologically challenged whilst watching Lucy and Charlie flick around on their iPads. So we just had our third night in the van (in the ...
... pubs. Saw some funny signs as we ambled about the town - will put up some pics.
We also caught up with some caravanners that we met in Busselton last year - Kathryn & Martin. We drove down to their home in Glengowrie, then spent a lovely day with them travelling down the coast to Victor Harbour and further on to some neighbouring towns. The drive takes you through some very pretty countryside.
... Town Hall buildings and the cathedral are just a few of the heritage listed buildings in town. The Town Hall was originally designed by the Mayor of Adelaide in 1859 and opened in 1866. In more recent times the Town Hall has hosted some world famous people including the Beatles in 1964, Charles and Diana in 1983 and the Dalai Lama in 2013. The clock was part of the original design but the clock space was vacant for nearly 70 years until the current clock ...
... and Owen four. More fun with family and our four Grandchildren..... just so special to spend time with the four of them who get on so well.
On Monday 23rd we have a much needed rest day with Mum and Dad and and the next day we meet Jim and Rose again and have dinner with Brad, Bianca and Kaiden ( a lovely casserole ) . It was fast and furious but we even got time for a bit of yoga !!!
The next day we took Mum and Dad to the Topiary Cafe ...
... stop at the Murray Street Vineyards. The rows of grapes were just meters away from our stone tasting room. We enjoyed another generous tasting and then dozed on the much straighter highway home. It was a really enjoyable day basking in the beauty of Southern Australia. The wine was pretty great too! We snoozed in our hotel room, had a light supper (aka yoghurt and granola) as we were still full from lunch and then enjoyed the Australia Day fireworks from our ...