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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Warrnambool. After a brief chit chat Rosie, Tara, Becky and us headed to the local pub. And as it was St Patricks day the pub was quite busy and was handing out free Guinness hats and Magners hats for every drink. Plus I also won a Guinness t shirt on a scratch card! So we was all plastic paddy's for the night. The next day it was back in the little car and drove back to Melbourne straight to the airport to catch a flight to ...
... was de nieuwe wereld kampioen en versloeg aards rivaal Phil taylor. Een geweldig start van de dag. We namen de touristische route langs de kust waar we prachtig door groene bossen reden. We stopte in Portland voor koffie en wat te eten. Daarna reden we richting Victoria. Door de school vakanties waren bijna alle parken bom vol en gelukkig vonden we deze laatste spot.
Toen we klaar waren met de set up ontmoeten we onze buuren. Deze komen hier al 13 jaar ...
... on family holidays - tone down the exciting activities and holiday clubs. Just find a national park somewhere with lots of steep walking trails, set them free and tell them to go for it. They learn a lot about the environment, this country, appreciate the gift of life and good health and get tired, really tired. Best of all, its free. You can thank me later. We also decided to try out Victoria's public transport and booked the vline train from Warrnambool to Colac ...
... to see them
further down the coast as they travel all the way along great
We leave the coast to go to Mt. Gambier via Dartmoor, so we can see
the wood carvings.
We spend the night beside the Glenelg river in Dartmoor. The avenue
of honour in the town was originally planted with Atlantic cedars
planted in 1918 in memory of those in the first World War.
These trees died of old age ...
... the hills ahead of me. I stopped to try get some energy, leftover cookie from a few nights before perfect! The next 15km were hard work, every time I thought I'd reached the top, it went up more and more around every corner there was another climb, every drop however long or short was met with a climb twice as far it seemed. But I made it to my target of Lavers hill, and popped my tent behind the toilet block and hoped no one would tell me off, which they didn't. After a pretty ...