Esplanade Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... too. Not sure how long it will take but worth the effort. Was out of the hotel pretty quick and managed to talk them out of charging me for parking. Bit of a win. Not sure if I mentioned but it is not cheap here. Drinks 12 bucks.....bag of chips 4 bucks....gas 1.50 a liter....our dollar value may be the same but obviously Canada's economy must be n better shape. Granted the beer tastes better here.
So off I went and getting out of the city ...
... fierce and really cut your legs from under you when a wave came in or out but we managed a quick dunk before Salve and I went for a swim on the lake side which was much gentler. Several attempts at a walk along the ocean beach but only Janette could manage a reasonable distance as your feet continually were sinking into the sand.
Unfortunately I then suffered a bit of chafing on the inside thighs caused by sand in ...
... on the van empty all the time, and only fill them up if we know we will be free camping or at a show grounds. 9. True free camping seems great, but with kids it's not realistic. They need things to do and places to see. A grass roadside is not enough for them. Maybe for a night here or there local to a must see remote location, but with kids you couldn't do it all the time. Show grounds in small towns are great for this. 10. National park ...
On arriving at the carpark area I locked Nelson and Bob to a tree and did the hike to the summit of Mt ...
... them off, but he will have a fight on his hands!!! Orbost was the only main town we went through today (apart from Lakes Entrance where we are camping). We are still flummoxed as to how these little towns survive. Apart from a couple of locals, we seem to be the only 'outsiders'. Orbost has one main street, yet it has 5 coffee shops! Everything shuts down at 4pm too, and it's like a dead town from then on! I'm sure in summer things are ...