Port Fairy our next stop on the road, its claim to fame being title of one of the most liveable small city in the world. Now don't take this the wrong way but we didn't have the most successful visit. Although i believe it is mostly due to us arriving at the wrong time of year.
Now as cute as this little fishing village is, we just seemed to miss everything from being open it was almost a bit funny. The fish and chip shop told us to come back the next night because there grill was not working, when we returned the following night at 6:30 they had shut early. The small Island that was opened for animal sightings was closed due to fox hunting and almost everything else we tried to do was closed. So we just had to sit back and take it easy. I didn't realise how little we did until i looked for photos from our time there and there were none! lol
But Robe our next Destination was so very different, although Robe is also a small Fishing village this little town was just stunning. We pulled up to the perfect caravan site overlooking the beach which later proved to be a wee bit chilli in the evenings. We had almost three full days of rain whilst we were there so wine and cards were on the table. But we also had a great time going to the little market, where i bought a beautiful Alpaca hand knitted hat and scarf by a beautiful little lady. Cam had lots of time Fishing on the beach. We found a great little coffee manufacturer at Mahalia Coffee to sustain our caffeine addiction. And I was also very happy to stumble across a really beautiful little shop with everything from gorgeous knitwear, jewellery soaps and lotions. I was happy to find a great organic goats milk soap (great for excema and phoriasis and very hydrating) and a Mc Laren Vale Organic Olive oil cream.