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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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The resort has a zillion cabins from really Luxurious and cost a small fortune to way over the top luxurious and you have to re-mortgage the house to stay there. Allan reckons that might be an exaggeration.
Facilities are many and varied and include:
25 mtr indoor pool
Extensive grounds for walking or jogging
... life us up to the entrance . When we arrived manassa was there playing his guitar and there was some ladies their handed shell necklaces to us when we come up . They gave us lunch and juice , aAfter lunch we settled in to our cabins and got our snorkelling gear from James the padi guy . After that they took us to a island and we relaxed until tea time . They took us down to the captain cook saloon . Then we went to bed . We had a church service on one of the ...
... 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 ...
... guys warned me about the potential fires tomorrow but said if I stuck to the highway all should be fine. Sunday, wow, what a day! I got up and away early as planned! I left before 6 again it's a good job I did too! So as I set off I saw a few signs warning about smoke on the road 45km further down the road, just beyond Cann River, which I knew I could stay at if the smoke got too bad as there is a good campsite there. After the first 20km of cycling I got an ...
... surprised if its name was the Wombatmobile? Wombie for short of course. We hope a wild one will yearn for domestication and want to be our pet one day.
The day was enjoyed, as was the evening. Beautiful sunset (gif here, photos by Chris), http://www.moqu.us/m/wURGkL and more star enjoyment than usual.