Swansea Motor Inn
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After a patchy sleep - awake well before the alarm at 5.15am, packed and ready to eat breakfast at 6.30am. The team slowly assembled for the 7am breakfast which was buffet style eggs and cereal (which went down extraordinarily well). Fortunately - I had time to leave the hotel and discover a small bakery over the road who looked like …
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 ...
... was a very tame wallaby on the beach with a tiny joey in her pouch. After that we headed back to our campervan which was another hour.
We left Coles Bay and headed north staying near the beach at Chain of Lagoons. This was a very popular place to camp for the locals. We walked to a lagoon to throw some stones and then we went inside to watch the ...
... Rob and during his time in Australia he has done a lot of fruitpicking, so
we picked his brain because we would like to give that a try ourselves.
Triabunna is only a small place, so we had a relaxing couple
of days, did a forest drive and won two dozen oysters at the Seafestival, so
Rob was a “happy chappy”.
Dunnalley was our next destination. Once again we stayed behind the local pub ...
... the drinks (although we had gone to the bar to order drinks and already paid for them as they were so slow). Then they charged the wraps at $11.00 each when the menu said they were $9.00. In the end the guy appologised and said they were understaffed and very busy and let us have the 6 kids wraps for nothing. He did tell us to come back one day and he would look after us.
On the way ...