Mountain Grand Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... lots of learning opportunity!
First impression: heaps (popular Aussie word) of kangaroos! We'd see mobs of them in open fields. At first we would stop, get out of the car to take photos. By day 5, we didn't even bother as we were so used to it. Within Grampians National Park, we also saw emus running down the road, skinks slowing slithering across the roads and ...
... flick, poor Robert (our guide).
We enjoy breakfast with the Kangaroos and a joey before we head out for a 4km hike. This hike although shorter is an uphill rock path for 2km then mostly downhill for the next 2km. The first stop on the route is 'the Grand Canyon' strangely this doesn't live upto it's name sake. This is narrow but with massive high sides, it's usually about 4m deep. You head along this and upto 'Cool cave', as it would appear this is a cave set back from the ...
... hit the road at 10:30am and filled up fuel before we turned onto the Southern Eastern Freeway. This short section of highway between Adelaide and Murray Bridge is sort of the closest thing you get to an Autobahn in Germany: divided lanes, high speed limit and limited road access. We cruised through the Adelaide Hills, past Murray Bridge, drove the bridge over the Murray and most of South Australia before we made our first stop in Keith. We weren't planning ...
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Alexis had emailed during the week we were in Melbourne with a cyberspace introduction to Richard Weis, a fellow Victorian who has recently completed the KPA course. This was exciting news because there are not many Aussies (I think only 5) to have graduated – and even more exciting because Richard lives in Gisborne and we were thus able to say gidday on our way out ...
... the best chair for a bit of a rest when I wanted to.
The girls played in the pools and rode their bikes around everywhere - I think the boys were still asleep in the truck ( it's a 4 x 4 camper)
After a lazy lunch everybody decided to go into town - I think it's pretty close, perhaps 4kms away - so we minded the camps and also Mannie while they went.