The Pretoria Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... seen. It is just down the road from our camp which makes it so accessible! You get ushered into a cool room where there are tables upon tables of meat packs of every description you could possibly imagine. It is mind blowing and takes you a good 20 minutes to walk around and view all the meat. I am now in love with a butchery! Something I never thought I would say in my life! Ray and Jo went off to said butchery and I was left in charge of ...
... a look at the picture but don't let Blue see it or I will be shopping on my own.
We crossed the river on the ferry and set up camp at Bolto Reserve where again there was plenty of bird life and the corella's more numerous than at Swan Reach and the noise is deafening.
Plenty of Moor Hens who are rather cheeky, ducks, galahs and the odd sulphur crested cocky. We did see a water rate but they are impossible to photograph owing to the fact that ...
... and found our motel. The first thing I did was have a long hot shower... so nice to feel clean again. We dicided to go to the pub for dinner (right next door to the motel) then walk to Kathy's (a friend we were visiting) about 2km away. Dinner at the Brian Boru pub was delicious... and it was nice to catch up with Kathy and her family after so long.
We left Bendigo at about 8am - there was no camp to pack up ...
... It is quite a nice location but at the time it became a little too crowded around us with speed boats and people. This had something to do with our second day turning out to be a Saturday, with a beautiful blue cloudless sky and the weather forecast of a sunny week-end.
We decided to meander north, viewing some of the river scenery along the ...
... on to Purnong/Caurnamont and crossed the river on the ferry. Just north of the ferry crossing we stopped at the camp spot, again right on the rivers edge. Set up camp by about 2.30 and relaxed for the afternoon. Snooze, sewing, washing and happy hour with the neighbours. One couple we had met at Murray Bridge. (Keith and Ann). They are a lovely couple with their old van and vehicle stuffed absolutely full of stuff. ...