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18 holes and 45 km

Once we had recovered from the previous night (plenty of Coke needed), we headed into the main strip of the Kangaroo Valley to check it out. The style of the buildings reminded me of a town in the wild west, so feeling all inspired and arty, I took a number of photos. The plan was that I run the pictures through Photoshop and make them all old fashioned (sepia tones, grainy, etc).

Following the trip to town, we headed to the Kangaroo Valley Golf Course for the round we had booked. After we had paid our green fees (and I had hired a set of clubs) we set off. The woman that served us had tried to convince us to rent a cart as well, warning us it was a long course. We assumed she was doing the "hard sell", so resisted her offers. As it was about my third time ever playing golf, I naturally was terrible - fortunately there was only one person behind us, whom we let play through.

Now, I know that golf courses shouldn't feel cramped, but this was ridiculous; I had never been on such a long course. It did have it's advantages though. We got to see a flock/herd/gaggle of kangaroos with their cubs/calfs/joeys (out with the camera - click!). By the 12th hole, I had had more than enough, so pulled the petulant child act ("I want a beer now") until Heather caved. We headed straight to the 19th hole and got a round in.
We had planned to go out to the local tavern for dinner, but decided that the 19th hole offered more attractions in that we didn't have to move. This gave me the opportunity to have a couple more beers before I had to drive again. Heather, being the non-driver that she is, took complete advantage and sank a lot more wine and beer than me.

When the meal came to a close though, we headed back to the cottage where we were staying and I soon caught up with her...

Posted by jefranklin 22:39 Archived in Australia Tagged road_trip weekend

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