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Travel Blogs from Leongatha
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 …
... tents stayed up in the wind. There are a lot of pop up campers, caravans, vans like ours, and regular car/tent campers. But they all seem much bigger. Like they set up a house! Shade tents right outside of sleeping terns for a makeshift kitchen. I thought I was a good camper but Australians are outfitted for anything! And in great comfort! Then again, they seem to fit a LOT of people in one campsite!
It was ...
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 ...
... was changed
to New Leith when the town started developing, and later changed to
Alberton and Port Albert in honour of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the husband of Queen Victoria.
... to a caramel the following day.
Words were said. We body boarded at Sandy Point and made pizza in the Weber.
Our $70/day budget is looking good, foraging for berries will definitely help,
not burning the … out of them, even more so. I did fleetingly consider eating
the lizard, but got a pie instead. Maybe later on in the trip, watch this space.
We’re heading further East and for the first time, ...