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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and made off to where we would be exploring for the day. We got in the car and drove on, deeper into the Great Otway National Park. We all decided that we would be doing the 2 km Triplet Falls Walk.
Our car pulled into the carpark and we hopped out, the smell of damp forests filled our nostrils. The weather was bright and sunny, we were going to have a very good walk. We pulled out our backpacks, locked ...
... to all the new things. To save messing up out campervan, Em and I cooked in the campsite kitchen. I say cook, I mean heat up baked beans and poor them over toasted bread. Quite the chef me. The camp seemed to be full of the older generation so there wouldn't be much socialising going on here. So it wasn't lined before we hit the sack. On 2 out of 3 of our double beds in out 6 person caravan. What a ...
... going?” Before it was down to business, Dan got a quick telling off, “first things first, never pull over on the other side of the road”… woopsie. Then in typical policeman form it was the whole, “do you know why i’ve pulled you over?” “What’s the speed limit down here?” and “how fast were you going?”… “yeah i think I was going about 5kmph over the speed ...
Oh we are making the most of slow starting mornings so that we are relaxed to the max before reality hits us back home with routine and school commitments. It was after ten o'clock before we rolled out and on our way this morning!
We had a sneak look ...
... driving until after dinner - it was time for an early night.
The next day we headed for Coonawarra, one of the premium wine regions of Australia, famous for red wines. We researched into a couple of wineries to visit, which was difficult given the number of great places in the region, however decided on Rymill and the Wynn Estate, both quite famous. The first visit was Rymill, a relatively modern winery set in beautiful grounds and with internal ...