Orana House Heritage Bed & Breakfast
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It's morning now and the Plovers are calling and the pile drivers are banging. For a tiny town they can sure make a lot of noise! There were cars going past at midnight but I have no idea where they were going because this is not really a thoroughfare and I would imagine that most of the people here are tourists, here on holidays. There were also a couple of ...
... Too funny, these Aussies!
We visited the Bonorong Wildlife Centre Sanctuary and were blessed with very close and intimate encounters with kangaroos, wombats, kookaburras, Tasmanian devils and the like. It was magic, far exceeding our expectations.
On the way back to the ship, we stopped to visit the oldest catholic church in AU just outside Richmond and stopped for coffee in the ...
... started to charge extortionate prices for previously free camp sites which ruined our free camping plans. Bertie is doing a wonderful job for something older than me. Sometimes we hit 90km if we are going downhill and have a tailwind.
Did a short walk to Eskine Falls which were pretty but too busy to be really enjoyed so headed off to find something more remote in Cape Otway Park (which we did after I'd sent us 2km down the wrong track). ...
While I have been here, prolific bronze sculptor Stephen Walker, has passed away at 86. He left school at the age of 13 but went on to study at RMIT in Melbourne (rmit.edu.au) and studied under the great English sculptor Henry Moore. He was an accomplished wood carver and fine artist, as well ...
... were rearranging seats and climbing in and out of the engine bay trying to fix and figure out the problem, but it quickly became apparent that there was not going to be any quick fix here so it was time to about turn and limp back to port on our one good engine. The staff were desperate to ensure that we were all happy so they dished out the champagne for the return journey. At the port, after a quick coffee break and engine assessment the bad news was that the engine ...