Black Dolphin Resort Motel
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... to the day. Travelled about 20,000 kms in that time with no rain until we got back to Victoria. Unpacked necessities and went around to see how our house-sitter was after her knee op. Also caught up with the lovely Helen and Lorraine. The joys of retirement, we can take our time unpacking.
At about four o'clock we were inundated with eight of our neighbours for drinks and welcome back. Expected to be given the third degree by one of our neighbours on the ...
... to the extent that the temperature had risen to 13degrees. And as you can see we had a family of rabbits sharing our site!
After returning from a quick trip back into the town for a roast chicken and some vegetables to cook for dinner, the sun went down and the moon began to rise over the ocean to produce some spectacular views that photos just don't do justice to.
Tomorrow we will back track a little so we can visit Boydtown and the Ben Boyd National Park.
... on the deck of our unit. Out of the blue Samuel stated: "It is so so so nice here Mummy; we stay in this house". What a little delight!
After lunch we took a drive around Pambula. We went down to the beach at the river mouth - a beautiful spot with no one on it today. We must go back tomorrow and walk along it. We then drove up to Merimbula and enjoyed taking in all the tourist spots. Drove out to Short Point and watched the surfers ride the ...
... have made it home today, (it would have been a very long day of driving!), we decided that we would spend a couple of days in Merimbula. We feel comfortable here, and thought it would be a nice way to finish off our epic adventure. So, we have a lovely apartment overlooking the lake, and will spend our time unwinding (not as if we really need ...
... about how unreal the winds were one guy had his tent ripped to shreds he came home to find it in the water. Keith has returned caught several fish but not the right size except for one flathead the guy across the road filleted it for Keith so he will be able to taste his catch. Tomorrow we continue on to Traralgon sight seeing along the way. Day 20 left Mallacoota about 9 it is very cold and overcast still vans coming and going it is a very popular place it is ...