We woke to a cool breeze outside. What bliss after umpteen days of it being over thirty degrees, with yesterday reaching 38 at Marcus Hill. Even though everything is airconditioned, the heat saps your energy, so much to Sister's disgust, we did not see very much. R & K delivered Little Jo to school, and she bid goodbye to Snow Auntie K (it was mentioned that it was snowing when they left England) We packed up and checked out at ten and took a drive to Point Lonsdale light house and then to Queenscliff to look at the shops and we had a cup of coffee. Back to Sister's for lunch to eat what we had not eaten the day before.
Then back to Queenscliff with plans to show K&J around the Harbour and catch the 2pm ferry to Sorrento. We parked at the Harbour and R realised he had left his phone and wallet at Sister's. Back there and then back to Queenscliff and not really enough time to look around.
Odd name for a shop.
Little Jo had watched a turtle movie while staying inside and out of the heat at school.
Another shop with an odd name, Tinnpott, Quagfire and Hagg.
Little Jo got hold of my camera and went on a snapping frenzy.
Point Lonsdale lighthouse.
'There will be no Bentley & Hope under a government I lead', Julia Gillard.
'I did not have intimate relations with that shop...Bentley & Hope', Bill Clinton.
'I have a dream that some day the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will shop together at Bentley & Hope', Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jnr.
'Ich bin ein Bentley and Hoper,' John F Kennedy.
'Oppa Bentley style,' Psy.
I hope this one is readable.