Village Family Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... my way around Melbourne so have no idea where I was). Then Jeremy and Alison took us back to Tullamarine. It was a bit of a change sitting in a Qantas Dash 8 after the Singapore Airlines A330, but a welcome change. Great to see 2 welcome faces at the airport, ...
... legs....they all think we are cave men!
I then spent 45 mins clippering and shaving my legs back at the motel - bloody hell....its not worth the effort!
This morning we had to be up, on the bike and at breakfast (at the bakery) by 6am and it was still dark and only 5 degrees so it was a chilly 1km ride in the dark. Massive breakfast of cereal, bacon and eggs (and reasonable espresso) followed by 30 mins of waiting around ...
... Gorge. It was a beautiful warm and sunny day and when we opened La Toya there was a strange smell of French cheese emanating from within. It turns out that on our journey from Melbourne a bottle of milk had been leaking in the fridge and had in turn leaked out of the fridge and onto the carpet. I can confirm that this is an occasion where it was worth crying over spilt milk as I then spent the next week using every cleaning product and machine I could get my hands ...
... We then set out to hike to Cataract Gorge, a large gorge basically inside the city, walked to a grocery store on our way back and cooked dinner.
Dennis had to work at midnight again, unfortunately, but somehow woke up refreshed on January 10 for another full day. He's been such a champ about working while we travel. I went for a run back up the gorge before he woke up, then we drove about an hour to Marakoopa Cave. I had been so excited ...
... café and bar where a log fire made it warm and comfortable. We took our coats and gloves off and ordered hot chocolate and sat back and marvelled at where we were right now - sitting in a ski resort, in the snow, high on a mountain in Tasmania. A very different winter experience than back in Perth. Even though I spent time living in the high country of Victoria when I was younger, and got to experience snow often, it was still amazing for me. I have always liked ...