gelantipy to foster
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hooray, a lay in! can you believe i think 7am is a lay in! organic porridge and pancakes for breakfast!
we only had an hours drive to the buchan caves. just as well we were going underground as it was drizzly. the caves were amazing. i know i keep using that word but ive just been bowled over but the fantastic scenery ive seen, and ive only been here 2 weeks. it was quite scary at first going down into the caves but once you see what is down there u forget it. and yes, i did take about a hundred photos, as you will see!
once we emerged back out of the caves the rain had stopped and i saw my first wild kangaroo!!!!!! they werent as big as i'd imagined but well worth it! there were quite a few actually, again, lots of photos.
the rain started again on the drive to ninety mile beach (which is ninety miles long, you know!) so it wasnt as spectacular as it could have been. lunch was at lakes entrance which is a massive area (like hundreds of kilometres) of lakes. a short walk and we were at another beach but the rain had stopped again and it was stunning.
off next to wyanga winery for some wine tasting- ooo errr! we didnt even get to sit down, just stood at the bar/entrance! hey, what did i expect for 2 bucks( under 1 pound!)! the guy that runs it has all these weird toys behind the bar and he pulled out a squishy boob, which one of the girls promptly squeezed to hard (thinking it was a stress ball) and it popped everywhere! pink gloop!
we arrived in foster for our final night, staying at a caravan park! so we started off in a hotel and it slowly deteriorated! can you imagine 7 girls in a tiny caravan?! interesting! after a bbq (my first since ive been here) we sat and played a couple of games and enjoyed our (one) drink of blackberry nip which we bought from the winery. lights out at 9.30 so we ended up playing 20 questions by torch light!