Esplanade Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... population of only 350 and primary school numbers of 50 plus. In the 1890’s gold fever peak the town population was over 10,000.
Back at the ranch we enjoy a great pub dinner of kangaroo fillets followed by sticky date pudd to share. Yum! Had a good chat with the young woman working to serve and learn quite a lot more about the town and her life as a working young mum of 2 kids who loved the move from the ‘burbs to Omeo. Had to admire her pioneer spirit ...
... and watched the sun go down. It was quite funny to wake up to the sound of cows mooing instead of running water. We had our fish for breky then took the kyak for a row on the river. It was lovely and the water was like glass. We launched at the boat ramp where the paddle steamer P.S.Curlip II is mored. It was a working vessell from 1890 and was responsible for delivering goods along the Snowy River for many years. Today she is a day tripper for visitors to Marlo. It was so quiet ...
... inland to Orbost to join the Princes highway which is the Sydney to Melbourne main road.
We got a bit lost in Lakes Entrance and missed our turning, saw the town...very resorty, so we're staying in tonight. We've got a beautiful cottage, a washer and dryer, a huge spa bath...no bubbles in it for me this time... Or jewellery! And we've got beer, the rest of the crisps, olives, and tomorrow's cooked breakfast provisions to ration out. Brill.
When we woke up this morning it was raining. 5 hours and over 400km later it was still raining just as hard. Needless to say, we didn't venture very far out of the camper. It did, however, let up for an hour or so once we arrived at the town of Lake's Entrance. So we went for a walk into the ...
... and windy day by venturing underground to the Fairy Cave in Buchan. We also enjoyed the drive out to Metung and a tasty lunch there at the pub right on the water.
As this particular section of our road trip comes to an end, we’ve realised that we won’t really see the sunrise over water any more. However the next stages of the trip are set to be exciting, as the Jackson hospitality always proves to be and Tasmania has a lot to live up to. Bring on the silly ...