Swansea Motor Inn
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On one of marked corners we found Janine giving her bike a rest on it's side. Jake and Glen stopped to give her a hand while I kept going, just so I could gain some ground on the boys and 5 minutes along the track I met Nieve, waiting for Janine to catch up. The boys brought out their jelly beans, fixed her bent bars and a few other bits before the sweep guys caught up. Nieve and I had a great chat and we discovered ...
Comfy bed - tick. Scrummy breakfast - tick. Lovely hosts (Gail & Nige) - tick. Adorable old family hound dog - tick (Molly is 14 years old and struggles a bit to come over for a sniff but still makes the effort). Gail and Nigel have owned the place for 4 years. Prior to that, they lived in Byron Bay. Bit of a sea change, there, I reckon. Real homey hosts. Bake their own bread. There's free sherry or port in the lounge area for guests to enjoy. Make you ...
... dancing in front of the band and there were also many elderly people. Everyone had a drink in their hands. It seemed like the ideal place to meet up with friends after a long week of work. It was a really fun, chilled atmosphere, unlike anything I'd every seen before. The wall behind the band and stage was made of stone and then were were old looking buildings making up the other three walls. But in one corner of the square, there was an elevator that looks pretty modern. This was a ...
... shorts this time, but just as Emma is removing his top, as he's getting a bit keen, we get hit by a big wave - both soaked!! Rich catches the action on camera, but somehow didn't manage to warn us!
We pick a nice stretch of sand to do, and photograph, a full set of family footprints. Dylan has a photo on his bedroom wall of the prints from the three of us so we are just updating the shot to include the littlest member of the family. Pleased with ...
... the next day and moved South. Rob wanted to check out the most southern
part of Tasmanian, and you travel along the Huon Trail to get there. Cockle Creek is the furthest you can travel
by road. We set up camp at a little
place called Franklin (on the Huon River) and did day trips. Not quite a freebie, but good value for money
at $10.00 per night or $30.00 for four nights, with access to a dump point,
water and toilets. And a ...