Gisborne Peak Winery Eco-Cottages
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we hadn't heard, seen or read any news for 5 weeks it was, to us, up to date. On down to Echuca for lunch and stretch the legs then home. Car 1's trip home was broken by a spot of geocaching near Pyalong. This time it was Norman's turn to find it. Now comes the hardest part of the whole trip - unpacking, washing, cleaning, washing, cleaning then more cleaning. Everything is so dirty. The car goes ...
Today was freezing cold . l was with Thomas in car 1 . Before we left we did geocaching and Thomas found it. For morning tea it was Mac Donald's and then back on the road . After a while we came to the bridge to Victoria and stopped for lunch at Echuca on the Murray River. It was fun. l had a grapefruit and a sandwich for lunch and you guessed it, …
... to the Shearing museum. Thomas found it on the front gate. Next 110 km to Deniliquen. There we had a morning tea stop at Mc Donald's, a really nice hot chocolate. firstname.lastname@example.org 75 km onto Echuca, home is getting closer. We arrived home at 3.30. We drove via Kyneton whereas car 2 drove via Lancefield. There, car 2 had a go at geochen. I am told it was Norman who found it this time. Sunday afternoon was spent unpacking. Everything needs to ...
... later because they had left the keys for their caravan at home on the bench. When they arrived we cooked the chops over a camp fire, then had dinner. For a treat we got to toast marshmallows on a stick. Afterwards Alison and I washed up and went to bed at around 9:45 pm in the caravan, we will be sleeping in for the whole holiday. Thomas had to set up a tent for the holiday for him to sleep ...
... our wanderings through the neighborhoods and CBD we noticed many educational institutions so there are numerous high school and college age kids on the streets.
Later in the evening we walked the streets of the CBD stopping to listen to the various musical entertainment. It is truly amazing the numbers of people on the streets. We do not see that at home.
Many of the local people are very friendly and helpful. We have ...