Bells n' bird whistles
Although there is plenty to do in the surf coast area, we spent most of our time chilling by the tipi, enjoyed a picnic, some wine (bottles) by the fire, a staple diet of marshmallows and even got in a few rounds of pool ( I am unable to disclose game results). The Tipi called for some ceremonial practises, so we ventures a few kilometres down the road to The Great Ocean Road Chocolatiers, were we completely lost ourselves, acting like it was the Wonka factory, first exceeding our limit on free samples, then over ordering basically anything with cocoa in it at the café. We retreated back to the Tipi with a sugar overdose, staring at the Aztec interior, hoping a spirit guide would appear (probably just me) while trying not to vomit. Over the course of our stay I became obsessed with a local legend, the white albino deer which has been previously sited on Tipi grounds, I kept on high alert, waiting for the mythical being to appear to give me a wink or eternal life. Kangaroos, rainbow coloured Parrots, and devilish looking Caterpillars all visited but no white deer...I was forced into stealth mode, laying still in a hammock waiting.....I read Harry Potter in the meantime to get my mythical fix. I wasn’t graced by the deer folk, but I am a believer....
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