Swansea Motor Inn
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... at a great rate here due to a transmittable cancer that is spreading amongst them when they fight with each other, they are great scrapers...thus far the cancer is incurable.
We stopped at the Freycinet National Park visitors centre to see some of the displays, then headed out to the Wineglass Bay walking track, a 3 km return trip on a rather steep trail (we ...
... off to the Freycinet National park (Google it). Stopped at Swansea for coffee
First went to go on the Wineglass Bay walk but unfortunately it was a 1.5 hour steep climb to the lookout and it was not recommended for anyone with tendinitis so we had to find an easier walk. We went to Cape Tourville (no Dean) and then on to Sleepy Bay. Views were absolutely magnificent. The mountain goat was off on her own ...
... and head back down. We take a short drive to the lighthouse as it's so close, it's hardly that impressive but being up so high is really refreshing on this hot day.
Our last afternoon is spent on the beach but the wind is up and the sun has hidden behind the clouds.....at least we're not getting sun burnt.
We pack up our stuff really to leave in the morning, heading to Hobart which is sure to be a good place for the festive break.
... the Lady of Guadalupe. An apparition who appear to .................she gave him some flowers wrapped in cloth made from fibres from the cactus plant. When ........showed it to the bishop the picture of the madonna formed on the cloth. We were able to go on a moving platform and pass by the icon. There was a service in the church, they are continual all day. There was a statue of Pope ..........which had been made from keys given by ...
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 ...