St. Mount's Boutique Hotel
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... Bay about 8.30. We thought it a bit strange that if you were leaving before the office opened at 9 you had to leave the key in your room and shut (not lock) the door. Anybody passing could have walked in and cleaned out the minibar! Let's hope I don't get a shock when I check my credit card?
Only 375km to drive today!
Stopped at a nice bakery in Milton for a really good breakfast then on with the drive up the Eastern side of Australia. Many more sights to see ...
... they get hot, others using the carbon formed as a fuel to regrow.
From here it was then onto a very cute French restaurant for a three course lunch, again with a spectacular view.
We then got back in the bus and got taken somewhere that according to Jim, was 'very important to the current stage of Richard and Marks life'....we had literally no idea where we were going!! We pulled into another lookout point, and then turned ...
... in and away from the entrance it became pitch black and this is when the torches came in useful. After walking about 500 metres into the cave, switched off torch, and surrounding you were the tiny sparkling lights of the many Glow Worms. Amazing experience. We stood for several minutes just taking in the spectacular sight and then being disturbed by a rather noisy crowd of explorers we started our walk back to the cave entrance and daylight again. Met a ...
It was really raining by this time so we had to wait for a bit in the car until it stopped. Eventually it did and we were so glad it did cause the views and the falls were amazing! Unbelievable views!!!
Today was the only day that we had where it was going to be sunny the whole day so we went to Scenic World. We left just after lunch and headed down. It was only across the road from where we were staying in the caravan park so that was handy.
... their people. William and Kate walked swiftly up to the view, looked out over it, turned and had their photos taken, walked back passed us, William waved, cool! They were then presented with the gifts from the children, and it was all over. 10 minutes, Max. If that! But I was pretty happy as I had seen the royals in person. Not everyone gets a chance at that.
I started to walk up to the start of the cordoned off area and managed to get a wave from Kate as they drove passed ...