Pomona Spa Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Beauty Point
... the suspension bridge and the many walks (we've had to save some for next time).
Then off for a drive towards the mouth of the Tamar. Passed Lake Windermere on the way and also Exeter, Sidmouth, heading to Beauty Point. I need to remember to tell the Saggeses that we looked out for Minehead on the map but couldn't find it (must leave earlier next time). Crossed Batman bridge and returned via the other side of ...
... Km it was so worth it. The three attractions we were targeting had linked tickets, getting us a discount, so we figured why not, if one bombed for us, we would still have the others. The first one was Seahorse World, based at Beauty Point, that was generally recommended by Trip Advisor entries. Well we found it more than a little disturbing. They have about 10 tanks exhibiting many different sea horses from around the world, but with too many in in each tank ...
How lovely to spend a day in Melbourne with good friends. We slept in till a glooooorious 8.30 today and Marc then proceeded with the ritual shaving of the beard.
Trim, clean and bright we sought breakfast with our friend Kirsten at one of our old Clifton Hill brunch haunts, Two Bob. I know we've only been gone 8 weeks rather than months or years, but even so, it felt 'like old times.'
... Great Western Tiers
The next morning we were up and out early again but sadly it was raining. The honey place we had planned to go to was shut on Saturdays (we're cool cats I know) so we went straight to Mole Creek to see the caves that Chris from the campsite in St Helens had said "I don't care what anyone says, they're the best caves in the world" about, so we headed off to see the best ...
... to the photos of the people.
We had a young frenchmen beside us who was working at a vegetable grower close by for a couple of months. He gave us some potatoes and onions that were not to standard of sale so we cooked them up for all in the cob cooker. Most of the camp was full of Tasmanians and they were very clicky and would not talk to the young man or any of the other young backpackers here to travel and work a ...