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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to for feeding. Once they leave the rookery at Loontitetermairrelehonier they don't touch land again until they return to Waterloo Pt. many months and thousands of kilometres later! Waiting for us back at the caravan were the mussels and scallops from the marine park, so we whipped up a very yummy seafood dinner and finished off the bubbly, another perfect pairing!
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... before midday and the drizzle returned for 10mins before a fantastic last 60kms into Swansea. We returned to the coast and with such a picturesque view and some small uphill/downhill sections with a good tail wind, we managed to pick the pace up a bit (still as 1 bunch). We rolled into Swansea a bit ahead of schedule at 1.45pm which allowed a restful arvo. We have been put into groups of 5-6 riders with each group being allocated to a specific masseuse. I was ...