The Continental Hotel Phillip Island
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... space. I'm sure in the summer this place is always full of light. Since Nicole graciously let me rest on my first day here, the architecture in Melbourne/Mount Martha is really all I've had the chance to look at. Today we will be going to the Nobbies Center and Phillip Island to see the penguins, which is nearby (ish) - Mount Martha is basically on the bay which would have been amazing in the summer, however in the winter it isn't the main ...
... the Island.
We then had planned to visit one of the wineries, but it was closed, as was a lot of things on the Island, as it is the quite season, so that was a bit of a shame.
We called in to Panny's Chocolate Factory but quickly walked out when we saw the prices, sorry all you chocolate lovers, but it was just way too dear. even containers of honey were way over the top in the prices. An example a purchased a ...
... ALWAYS pick the wrong one and got stuck with only one immigration processor. Then to make it worse they called all Virgin Australia passengers to go in front of us. We still can't work out why, as not all would be connecting. I stupidly didn't grab an express pass for our connecting flight, thinking we had plenty of time. Wrong. Once we finally got through, we were then faced with another huge queue for customs. I then saw a Qantas rep and explained we were ...
... After that we packed up and went to gran and grandads house for dinner. We saw a silver car but we didn't know who's it was. Then when we went Inside we saw Kyle, Blake & Abbey. We weren't expecting them. After dinner we went home and went to bed. YA BABY SMILEY FACE ...
... young ! It was an amazing phenomenon to witness and only spoiled by the bus loads of tourists who clearly have it on their itinerary, but have no clue what they are to see and are not interested either. After the first twenty penguins had hit the beach, loads of the audience just jumped to their feet and made for the exit We did enjoy the spectacle, but our fears were somewhat justified. Think carefully before going. ...