Chifley on South Terrace
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... sat on a beach covered in sun cream at 9am.. Local cycling team at the beach cafe, and the surf school teaming with hundreds of little tykes being chucked in the shark infested ocean. This is the dream. MAM out. For all the worrying mothers - Today marks day 1 of the road trip along the great ocean road so don't be too alarmed if we fall off the communication radar for a few days/11 weeks. Lolololol (remain calm Mrs MCG) Molerat, Alan Lee & McGriffin ...
... sinkhole gardens but thankfully they appeared, like magic, just as we had given up hope, so another little detour was made to enjoy them and take in a little picnic stop. Our hotel in Warrnambool was a really good choice and again it was a nice little town worthy of a longer visit but two days was sadly our limit. It was nice to take it easy on the Sunday to recharge the batteries and take a little trip to Port Fairy where we discovered they like their Hot Rod cars - ...
Nice lie in, packed ready for travelling. Popped in to the Peter Pan travel agent who had booked Jonathan's tours, to say thank you but mainly to see if they had any jobs coming up. Met Tyson, who had no problem remembering Jonathan , and although no jobs right now, said always popping up. A possibility. We left him our disposable barbecue and some other camping things we don't need/ have no room or wt allowance for. We meant him to give them ...
... back into the gorge proper in a section called “the narrows”. And indeed it is narrow. At some point I stretch out both arms and come just half a meter short of touching both sides of the gorge. At the same time the gorge is at its deepest here with the walls towering at least 30 to 40m above. It reminds us a bit of the gorges of Karijini, where we were ages ago (July). But this is a bit more friendly, perhaps also because there’s no water ...
Adelaide is a nice City , but Cold with high humidity in the Winter and pretty hot in the Summer. Locals complain that there not much between..... all I know it was pretty cold while I was here.. all the time in the Low 50s during the Day and temps dropping into the 30s at night. It is time to head further north , hopefully Temps are better at Lord How Island I like to visit on my way to New Zealand ...