The Inn which we were staying at was pretty peculiar but the colours does make one feel refreshed.. They even have a griller outside in the little garden for bbq.. We only stayed one night though, but it was really comfy.. :P
The owners of the house planted lavenders in the front lawn and it was the first time I saw lavenders! I mean live ones!!
We proceeded to the breakfast which everyone looked forward to, however, the smell outside the restaurant didn’t pike up our appetites… The long wait, however, made us hungry enough to yearn for more food!
Scones with farm fresh jam! I bought a bottle back for dearie Sihan.. Haven’t found out whether she like them.. But la confiture (that means the jam in French) was chunky and full of berry goodness!
Our car was heading for a port where we would drive onto a boat that would take us across the bay.. Poor drivers were tired.. So he just slept..
And tada! We arrived!
This is a light house with no light the light was just from my car’s high beam..
Dinner was pretty much budget since most shops in port campbell were closed and this was the most affordable thing around.. A food court.. Australian style..