Monday, 12 July 2010

Lunch at the caves


Soon we find ourselves crossing the bridge beside the Blue Lake and passing through the Grand Arch of the Jenolan Caves. We took lunch at the bistro at Caves House before moving on.

8 comments:

  1. That looks like a big cave! Does it go deeper and are people allowed to go in?

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  2. Hilda, yes it is a big cave that the cars go through and there are many other caves that tourists can visit. You will find a little more about them in some of my previous posts

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  3. As always I am enjoying your posts. Looking at the leaves on the outside table reminds me that it is late autumn there in Australia. All through the World Cup I have been reminding myself that you are in the southern hemisphere. I would have a big problem with Christmas.

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  4. Bill given your comment about Christmas, you might find a very recent post over at my Burnbrae journal interesting.

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  5. The top shot is very powerful! I believe I would love this place.

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  6. Yes, an interesting post on summer/winter Christmas and interesting comments. I am in awe of someone who can maintain 3 photo blogs. Your creativity knows no bounds.

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  7. The bistro looks very autumnal

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