The Merimbula Lakeview Hotel
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Seriously, why had we not heard anything about Merimbula before? I am staggered, after the wonderful area tour by Gavin and just generally getting to know this beautiful Sapphire Coast!
But I digress and will return to where I left off last blog. Broulee, in the Eurobodalla Coast region, was a completely wonderful stop-over, spent relaxing and enjoying our surrounds. Well, I was anyway, as Gary was still busy with work things, He had ...
Aslings Beach we saw a marker that told the story of "when boats were made of wood and men were made of steel" and how pods
of killer whales or orcas would herd the larger mammals close into shore so
that the waiting hunters could go about their (abhorrent by today’s standards) harpoon
slaughter. To “thank” the orcas they
would toss them the lips and tongues from the carcasses and so a rare bond or
partnership was formed between ...
... back to camp with the kids and I did some food shopping. The caravan park was one of the best with all the usual kids fun and also a café/bar called the Cheeky Mango which looked worthwhile for a visit (usually they are not very cosy looking). It was a cold night so after some sunset whale spotting we enjoyed the warmth of our little home.
We woke to one of the coldest, windiest days we had experienced in a while so we weren't rushing down to ...
... we had a tuna in the boat. You ******, Sashimi for entree. A 20 mile sail in light winds around Greencape had us at Eden in Twofold Bay. As we sailed up to Boydtown, this little 10 year old kid, Blake came up to see if we needed a hand and helped push the boat up onto the beach & carry our gear. Cooked a great meal of fish on the fire & headed to to the Seahorse Hotel for a couple of schooners. Now time for ...
Well this morning we had a very early start. The neighbour had move about 80 cattle into the paddock next to where we have the van parked, and at 5.48AM this morning we were woken by cattle bellowing, *******, snorting and generally being obnoxtious.
NOT HAPPY JAN.
After about 2 hours of trying to get back to sleep ...
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Cnr Reid St & Merimbula Dr , Merimbula | 3 star hotelfrom $69