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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the power cord for months and months. "wonder how this works" he cheekily asked.
Well sometimes you get what you wished for.
Allan plugged in the power. Sharon tried the only device that doesn't require the inverter...the air con. "No power honey" she called out. Allan pressed the trip buttons on the power pole...nothing. Mr Nice Next door came over with something he could plug in...'yep that works' he announced.
More scratching of ...
... Thomas Cromwell. Next we drove into Orford, very busy spot with everyone out having Sunday brekkie. We pulled up in a park on the waters edge and had a cuppa. Nice view towards Maria Island. Tribunal we were told has the best fish and chips...that was our next stop. We found the fish van near the wharf. The pub has free camping for a gold coin donation to the RFDS. We drove to the coast along Freestone Point Rd, until we came to a gated road. The country side was ...
... in the world, 'The Saffire' with it's own private beach costs $1800 per night (plus $500 for food!)
Back to reality.....Lauren decides to take a dip, but by the time we've retuned to get her cozzy the sun has faded and it's too cold to get in. Instead we lie on the beach reading. What a lovely afternoon.
Some food supplies in hand we cook up some spag-bol and watch Waynes World 2 for the evenings entertainment. Always a classic. There's only a few ...
Today we picked up the RV - the giant 6 berth for just two of us. We had booked a 4 berth now have electric awning and steps - so fancy!!
Grabbed some groceries at Sorell and then on the way to National park.
Saw Spikey Bridge on the way in. Quiet night in - bloody cold when we walked on the beach and just got back to the safety of the RV when the sky opened ...
... to us, we all saw two more wallabies hopping around in the forest. None of these wallabies seemed to care that we were there so we all walked along the track, got some nice close up pictures of this wildlife and continued walking. The wallaby in the track just moved off the track for us. We saw many iguanas and one more baby wallaby in the car park once we got back there, but thankfully no snakes. The wallaby in the car park was obviously used to being around humans and was even ...