Esplanade Resort & Spa
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We had a most enjoyable stay at Holmwood b&b in Cowes after our night at the Penguin Parade.
It was a b&b but the standards of the home owner would have be fitting in a 5 star hotel. With our own entrance to the house and a super king sized bed and fresh cotton sheets, it was brilliant! The housekeeper cooked a full breakfast and …
... who stood up to show us his presence and muscles. Headed back to the ferry terminal, chained up the bikes and had a wander around the town on foot and whoa, spotted another 4 Koala's to finish off our visit. Back on the ferry to Paynesville, then a stopover in Bairnsdale for a walk around the shops and back to camp to pack up for our new location tomorrow. The Sapphire coast in our sights as well as the NSW border
... family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(130, 98, 83, 0.0980392);">Breakfast in the apartment then out for a walk to find the flock (if that is the right collective noun?) of Pelicans we had seen on a particular part of the lake the night before. Unfortunately the flock was now 1.
... rods but is evidently a good fishing spot. $30 clean amenities and we were right next to the camp kitchen. Tea was fresh oysters and prawns from Lakes Entrance, the best prawns we have ever had. Night fall and we went to bed with the rain on the roof, lovely.
... of other trees. It was a truly underwhelming, although we did see a massive lizard (probably a metre or so from head to tail) so that made the journey worthwhile! As well as the forests, we went to quite a few white sandy beaches that were also completely deserted. The sea is a dangerous place in Australia, so we didn’t venture in to the water unless the lifeguards were there. Of all the drowning deaths off the coast of Australia in the ...