Swansea Beach Chalets
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... I knew the campsites were being allocated so that all the riders had space to camp, but I was expecting we might be split up. And with 1 1/2 kms of beachfront campsites we probably had a big stroll to our tea. Turns out the Safari Gods were smiling on us. We were so far towards the back of the pack we got a site only 20 metres from the rider briefing, 10 metres from the beach and 10 metres from the only two hot showers in ...
... before midday and the drizzle returned for 10mins before a fantastic last 60kms into Swansea. We returned to the coast and with such a picturesque view and some small uphill/downhill sections with a good tail wind, we managed to pick the pace up a bit (still as 1 bunch). We rolled into Swansea a bit ahead of schedule at 1.45pm which allowed a restful arvo. We have been put into groups of 5-6 riders with each group being allocated to a specific masseuse. I was ...
... of walk every day for 6 days. That's just how we roll ... Ness, Rob, Jayne ,Liz and I will be doing the 7 day Overland Track starting Sunday 2 nd Feb. Bring it on girls. The weather has been amazing. Cool at night but swimmable - with wetsuits. It will be colder up in mts. It was 2•C the other night there. It is all too good to be true here We keep saying how much we just love this place. Today we have had fun on the beach with the ...
... boys went out this evening on an adventure in search of some little penguins called Fairy Penguins who return to their burrows at dusk time. It's low season so we are told to only expect about 10 penguins. We are in luck, we see about 35. Dylan is most excited about travelling on the penguin bus and is surprised to learn the other people are also accompanying them on the tour. We are escorted to our guide by torch light and the first penguins are sighted. ...
... certainly recommend this to future
travellers. We also purchased a National
Parks pass which was valid for two months.
This cost us $60.00 and we saved heaps.
It costs $24.00 to enter National Parks for a day and more if you camp
overnight, so once again it is worthwhile purchasing.
Our third day in Franklin was spent fishing and updating our
Until next time bye JJ