Bellevue on the Lakes
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Today can best be described as a "driving day". 313 k from Cowes on Philip Island to Lakes Entrance, a fishing port and tourism centre. The drive was not very inspiring with only a couple of dead Wombats to relieve the monotony. Paula put the earphones on and listened to Puccini's Messa di Gloria on the I Pad. I got to enjoy a few soprano …
... again....and was on track in about 5 mins tops. Just in time cuz the skys opened up....right gear was snug as a bug in a rug. Neat thing was that about 5 kms from the island I was through it and blues skys ahead. Crossed the bridge and figured out where to go and voila....there it was.
What a cool track....no one there.....except some private cars that for some kinda research purposes had hired the track for the whole day for ...
... What a scoop.
Back to the apartment and spent most of the afternoon lazing around the pool. What a life!
Then a quick drive to a lookout on the hill for some high views of Lakes Entrance. Spectacular.
Off to a lovely Thai restaurant for dinner called "Nicks". Fabulous meal and apart from some very green and sweet coconut rice, nowhere near as spooky as last night.
Another exhausting day
We have also had Pam & John for dinner one night and Gwen & Glenn last night. We had a night out in Bairnsdale with Cheryl & Graeme from Lakes Entrance and lunch in there with Donna and Bruce. We hope to get to Lakes after Christmas for a couple of days. By the time we include a bit of gardening, shopping and Mum's regular activities, we haven't had many free days.
We have had a bit of koala activity overnight. There were 4 koalas ...
... a rort. Why pay $30 a night plus vehicle access fee for an unpowered site in the shade, when the van park 15km down the road is $32 and has all the hook up and facilities? 11.a On the highway the navara on its own uses about 8l/100. Around town it's about 11l/100. With the van hooked on it is always 15.8l/100 as an average. 12. Things always weigh much more than you expect them too. Choose what you put in carefully. 13. Don't be afraid to ask ...