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Now we are back relaxing and watching the telly. We haven't told you before but Downton Abbey is very popular down under, but not as popular as the programme we are now watching...Escape to the Country!!!
Not only that but we've just watched the episode based in Shropshire where they filmed The Three Tuns at Bishops Castle can't quite believe it.
We're off into the Grampians tomorrow and more adventures to look forward to.
... with some significant Australian works. Well worth a visit for the Streetons and Grace Cossignton Smith.
Sad to say good bye to Tony at the train station as he returned to Melbourne. Then we made our way to beautiful Barwon Heads. The best camp spot yet about 10 metres from the water at high tide right at the mouth of the river. Had a nice relaxing day to recover, do the laundry and just enjoy this lovely spot.
Woke up to a much better day only 26 degrees and much lighter winds, the Merrijig is Bed and Breakfast so had cereal and I had bacon with toast and Paul had bacon with scrambled egg, that kept us going to lunchtime.
After breakfast we walked across the bridge onto a small Island called Griffith Island and took a slow 2 mile walk round mainly on the lovely sandy beaches. This area reminded us a lot of Cape Cod in New ...
... in the Koroit area were from Ireland and their descendants are still in the area and celebrate their heritage at the annual Koroit Irish Festival held in late April. We visited Killarney a top spot for fishing of Australian Salmon, flathead and whiting and of course surfing? Although a pleasant day was had ambling around Port Fairy, it!s harbour and beaches and ascertaining that there were ...
... feeding on the grass and scrub, and made our way down to the lighthouse. When we got there, we found a small store adjoining a locked gate at the entrance to the access road up to the lighthouse, and were very upset to find out that, yet again you would have to pay an exorbitant fee of $20.00 per person to get access to the walk up to the lighthouse. We decided that this was ridiculous, and no lighthouse is worth $40.00 and the hot sweaty walk with flies in ...