Peppers Delgany Portsea

Address: Point Nepean Road, Portsea, Victoria, 3944, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Point Nepean Road, Portsea, is near London Bridge, Portsea Back Beach, and Waterworld.
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Returning Home

A travel blog entry by chris_a on Sep 29, 2014

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... the estuary that provides safe haven for the local fishing fleet. A sheltered spot on board a floating cafe / restaurant looking out over the fishing fleet helped pass the time and extend our time away. Our journey then continued south-eastwards; firstly to Bairnsdale where we took advantage of reasonably priced diesel fuel, topping up for the journey home. Next up came Sale where we found a shady spot beside the town lake that has undergone ...

Getting ready to walk

A travel blog entry by nomadsheart on May 09, 2014

... Everything that will get me from here to there... But something keeps my fingers from pressing the buttons to book my ticket... I'm not quite sure what it is that's stopping me.. But my fingers definitely aren't doing the walking here... And nor are my feet... My head is mapping out the road beneath my feet and my heart is already, in many ways there... Walking the journey already... But me physically... Well.. I'm still here... Going back ...

Last week in Melbourne

A travel blog entry by froda on Feb 27, 2014

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... at painting nails. But I am a natural at jumping of Clifts... We went to the pillars which is a place an hour away form Hampton where you can jump of Clifts. It was really windy and the waves were so big!! It was really scary because it was not easy to get up from the water after jumping. Or everyone else thought it was easy expect me.. My bikini kept falling off every time i was climbing up. So I only jumped once and that was it. ...

Drive to Portsea

A travel blog entry by ian-tracey on Dec 14, 2013

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I drive today down the Mornington Peninsula. Leaving Frankston, we headed through Hastings, Shoreham, and Flinders. We went to have a look at a blowhole, but had to walk down a far way, so gave it a miss.

Continuing on, we went out to Cape Schanck, ...

Meandering to the Metropolis of Melbourne...

A travel blog entry by dinanna on Oct 26, 2013

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... people alone in the Kinglake area. The eucalypts are resurging but with blackened trunks and many skeletal trees remaining. We wound our way down out of the mountains and into the burbs of Melbourne where we booked a night at the Sundowner Caravan Park in Springvale on the Princes Hwy, close by to the Trailblazers factory where our camper was built a bit over three years ago. It's a cold and wet 14 degrees in Melbourne, brrrr! Thursday October 24th It rained off and on ...