Comfort Inn & Suites Sombrero
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Woke up at 9am and started my packing up, was a slow process as I was rather tired.
We were allowed to keep out things behind a door for the day which was handy.
We sat outside for a bit and put some suntan lotion on, then headed of to a dome shaped thing where Flinders first landed. It was boiling, I had to shoot between shade. We got to the dome thing, but then Ari noticed there were dolphins swimming up and down the shore. The ...
... bringing back the stuff we had just had! We saw a total of 25 overs with Oz continuing to bat, but we witnessed two centuries, a hundred partnership and 408 being reached (Phillip Hughes cap number). Gary swears that he has never known a day like it. I have my doubts. Little ones Spike and Iggy decided not to go to the cricket as they really ...
... where Suresh tasted 5 different fresh beers whilst we sat and chatted with the friendly locals amongst the vineyards, learning more and more about Australia and the British influence.
The next and final stop of the day was my favourite, possibly joint first with the wine tasting, Bracegirdles (house of fine chocolate). We tucked into a scrumptious warm butterscotch and white chocolate muffin, ...
... to themselves pretty much. Arrived in LA and OMG the line for immigration was ridiculous, lucky for us they wanted to **** our gear off of the carousel so anyone from our flight who was left in the line was rushed through. We almost lost one of the boys to being taken off by Customs to be interrogated, not sure why, he looks exactly what he is a 15 year old boy.....overzealous much?! Had a little time in the airport before our flight to Vancouver, ...
I realise I mention costs throughout our time in Australia but I didn't really break them down into one entry. This kind of info was useful to me when planning our trip, I hope it is useful to you.
Australia is rightly noted as an expensive country to backpack through, but there are a wealth of opportunities to make this a very cost effective leg of your journey you just need some cash behind you to get a good vehicle.
Our situation was slightly different as we had ...