Royal Mail Hotel
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Lazy morning at RMH, explored Dunkeld, had a swim in hotel pool, v hot in sun. Then relaxed in room. Dressed for wedding at 1700, collected Jo. Wedding held on lawn outside Homestead, worried about heat but then cloud cooled it and after ceremony had a heavy tropical downpour! Reception in old sheep shed which was very hot, somewhat smelly and …
This morning collected Jo and drove to Melbourne shrine where she gave us a hurried but very impressive tour of this very moving monument. Then long 3+ hour drive west of Melbourne to Dunkeld. Checked in to Royal Mail Hotel which was lovely and took Jo to her cottage at the Homestead which was better than anticipated. No snakes seen all weekend! …
... back up, but well worth the effort. The water cascades over the ancient rocks and used to be a meeting place for the Aboriginal people, as there is always water there, even in the hot summer months.
We have not seen any creepy crawlies yet but did spot a little lizard basking on a rock on the way up from MacKenzie Falls!
A perfect day to remember.
On to Philip Island ...
... at Reed's lookout, The Balconies, Mackenzie Falls and Lake Wartook made the day enjoyable. All that stopping meant that by the end of the day I camped in the Wartook Valley. But again it was a day highlighted with terrific landscapes.
... by dessert of Tiramisu and Apple pie with cream, served and eaten in the camp kitchen, unfortunately, the wind was freezing and chased us back to our vans immediately after dinner. Finished the evening with coffee and a chat at Laurie and Nina's van. Feeling old, our eldest Grandson Mitch, finished his school years today, where has that time ...