Southern Cross Motor Inn
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... overpowering we would have taking some smashing photos, although i'm definitely not complaining. Taking in the uniquely formed structures is something i could spend days doing and i can understand why there were a few artists there painting the seascape. That evening we drove through a nice little town called Warrnambool and stayed in the back garden of a hostel. It was probably one of the nicest hostels I've ever been in, the common room had a huge ...
... when they stopped for wood, but it was just a little grizzle.
We were pretty amazed when we saw the lake - it was almost dried up! The swans were out further in the supposedly deeper water and just water birds along the edge of the lake.
We heard that the pelicans were all on the other side of the lake, behind ...
... on the Bluff) and all their bedding got wet. So a rather dodgy clothes line was erected and, as I'm sure it was more than 100 years ago, sheets flapped in the wind.
Tyler and Jason took a run up Zeka Spur for phone signal and the rest of us just relaxed and enjoyed our surroundings. The kids loved it here. There is so much space, and they always seemed to be busy doing something (usually with rocks or sticks!)
Once Ty and Jason ...
... Inmates were in for a variety of reasons - killing a man for smoking in a cafe being one of the more mad ones.
Josefa didn't enjoy it, even though we'd been here before! She feels too much empathy for those who were in the cells. Aidan thought the guided tour a bit long. But Rosa seemed interested in the stories behind the prisoners, the escape plots, ...
Jeff and I are having a great time. We are seeing so many places and meeting so many people, it's fantastic! Our feet have tan marks from our shoes. Our arms are getting tanned especially Jeff's right arm and my left arm from driving. The back of my neck is so brown but not as much as Jeff. With his white beard and tanned face and arms he could pass as indigenous.
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132 Lambert Street, Ararat | Motelfrom $95