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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 …
... the highest point on Phillip Island...only 112metres! A mainly coastal walk first along the surf beach and then around a sandy headland for one and a half hours. I saw and heard a wide variety of sea birds and lots of pesky little flies! My knee is still sore after that big walk we did at Walhalla so it looks like I'll need to rest it some more...bugger :-(. Cheered myself up by visiting Pannys Chocolate Factory...the chocolate is quite good but expensive. Not enough freebies and too ...
... a mean magpie chased them away. It was a really aggressive magpie.
We drove into Wonthaggi just after 2 pm.
It is quite strange back here as I can't remember where anything is kept. Its like I'm in a strange house.
Its nice to be back but the trip was awesome and it will be good to reflect upon the trip - where we've been and what we did - in the next week or so.
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 ...
The Post Office opened on 1 November 1842 as Alberton (it was renamed Port Albert in 1856) and was the fourth to open in the Port Phillip District It became the administrative centre of Gippsland and ...