Atlantic Tower Motor Inn
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... a person under the water with a dolphin fin on, as the boat operator had a money back guaruntee if no dolphins were spotted when on the boat.
After about half an hour we spotted our first dolphin. It was a lone dolphin so we kept going to try and find a pod. I say we, I mean the crew - we weren't mutineers. Soon after we found a pod frolicking and the race to get a snap of a fin out of the water began.
The dolphins came around ...
... into the back of Johns 4x4, body boards and fishing rods and all and caught the ferry over after a very early start! When we got there we stopped off at a viewpoint and walked up A LOT of stairs to see a great view over looking the scenery. We then headed over to a nearby beach for a wander, Kate climbed a few rocks and Ian started off the weeks proceedings with a beer which we all joined him on. To end the day, we went over to 'Little Sahara', some sand dunes for ...
... states, they go to school year round with a few weeks break between quarters. At any rate, the graduation of about 300 students was held at the Adelaide convention center downtown. It was actually quite enjoyable. The kids pretty much ran the program with their own musical performances, speeches and presentations. Of course, Bianca graduated with academic excellence and received 2 subject awards for Food & Hospitality and Photography. There were ...
... told that all accommodation with en-suites has been booked by an Outback Spirit tour. Remember in the Kimberley’s where at Mornington there was an Outback Spirit tour of old age people arriving, which we then ran into for the next week or so. Seems like a bit of the same here. Fortunately, they left one cabin free that we can have for the night. Interesting little place. Two bedrooms that each sleep four, a small central kitchenette and a shower and toilet. It is ...
... Zealand, it could win more people over to use the bus. I use it to explore the city and sit in the tram most of the day, to South bank and St Kilda and the city centre. There are plenty of tours around the city. I choose the Yarra valley wine tour one day and the Great Ocean Road another day. Finally the time is there. On Friday I make a trip to Victoria Market, famed for its breads and cheeses and salamis, recommended by gourmet friends, who have ventured there before ...