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We're soon back in Melbourne airport and heading out to pick up our final car for the rest of our time in Oz. This time it’s a little Toyota Yaris, and is a bit **** really (we can’t fit more than one of our rucksacks in the boot!) We head out of the city straight away and we’re soon out into Gippsland, heading towards the town of …
... which was very popular. Genoa was an old foresting town, but that had all died down now and there wasn't much remaining, although for some strange reason there was a rather depressing pub/motel still there which must prey on unsuspecting tourists, like myself. The area itself was picturesque, rolling hills, a nice stream and an interesting "old" bridge. As you can probably guess I had decided to call this place home for the night, as it was now getting very hot, so ...
... their waddling parent, eagerly awaiting the fish soup to soothe their empty bellies. A once in a lifetime experience and deserves a big tick! No photography is permitted. I could have watched them all night but gradually their numbers began to dwindle and as I walked back up the boardwalk to leave, little penguins were walking alongside me on the freshly mown grass towards their burrows. We were reminded to check under our cars before driving off just in case! A late night well worth it ...
This is the morning where we get all the details about the camp. Naturally I am apprehensive about all that will go on at the camp. The students are excited and eager to propose possible destinations and activities. It does not matter, of course, what the teachers propose, there will always be someone who has other preferences. I am looking forward to seeing the ACMI, the centre for the moving image. It is never dull ...
... didn't make the course ... Pop was a very fit man. Bought a souvenir travel mug for Enid. Back 'home' by lunchtime, via Sandy Point which is a well-populated seaside township. Pity about the weather - so much to see and do here. Soup and bread for lunch - no electricity till 1:00pm due to work being done in power lines, lucky we had gas. An afternoon nap We had ...