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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... end of the day and the end of our time in Toora, another terrific little spot on this massive continent. Tomorrow we are off to Phillip Island for one night then on to the Mornington Peninsula to stay with Jim and Charlottes parents Josie and Mike. I'm looking forward to seeing them and a warm bed in a house, 5 nights camping is more than enough for me in this cold weather. I have to say I'm getting fed up ...
... to many tourist attractions
Sites here are very very well spaced and totally individual.
Arrived at 2pm by 4pm we had, had a spa, then Sharon went 500 mtrs up and down the pool. She is feeling a bit unfit as she always used to swim over 1km a session. Oh well. Tonight we went on a walk.
The plan is to relax here till Saturday morning. ...
Today we all went to our sister school (xiexie ?) where our partners go to school at. When we got there ,Miss su , and some other important teachers were there with a beautiful young girl who spoke very good with English , when we walked in before anything can happened . There was a great welcoming from the school . Saying welcome friends from south Gippsland to our school 2014. They had a PowerPoint with all the amazing things they ...
... not sure how far they will travel with us tho, Jenni is mastering the drop toilets and cold showers extremely well.( they have now started to use the hot shower system Ian installed). We are now at Wilson's Promontory and will spend a couple of days here only as it's Labour Day long weekend in Vic and everything is booked out. We will head across to the Mornington Peninsula for a few nights from here and let the crowds move on before we head to the Great Ocean Road ...
... my tent and met the other residents,. They were all very talkative, friendly and helpful. I was invited to dinner with a couple from the outback, I forget there name now, we had Rissoles, garlic bread and salad, followed by scones cooked by one of their neighbours, all of which was washed down with many cups of tea. I'm going to be getting a reputation for the amount I eat. The sunset that night was pretty impressive from all the smoke from the fires in the ...