On our first day we drove to Port Fairy and checked into a well loved and historical B&B that reminded us how wonderful it is to stay in small boutique hotels. The room, common areas, staff, and especially breakfast surpassed all expectations and our 1 night stay felt very restful and pampering. It was ANZAC day so dinner options were a bit limited and we ended up at a fine dining restaurant with a cranky baby. The staff was so kind and eased our embarrassment by telling a story of their 4 year old son coming down from the upstairs apartment in his underwear to help himself to the drinks cooler during dinner service.
|Hux is happiest when he's standing and has Dad's attention|
|Stretching our legs and soaking in the incredibly fresh air|
|Such a yummy breakfast spread with homemade jams, bread, granola, fresh squeezed juice, and made to order omelettes|
|Bay of Islands|
|Little man sleeping through the action again!|
|Brings back memories of our first trip to Australia where we stayed for a few nights in the Hunter Valley wine region|
|Already missing the Land Down Undah|