|No exaggeration, flat land so far.
|We must have seen about 20 station signs identical to this one except for different names, and all looking clean and new too.
Yes, you read right, Stonehenge <g>, with a grand population of 40, hotel come pub and a rather posh looking Community Center, alas no henge here so I take it Druids did not make it to OZ :) We had a lovely cup of tea and to our surprise a piece of cake each included in the price, thank you Stonehenge.
|The Community Center
Now, if you want the quirky, Toompine is a must on your places to visit, it has a population of 2, and is know as 'the pub with no town". As we pulled up we noticed it called itself a hotel so could they have a room for two people who did not fancy putting up their tent for the night and it was raining. In luck, there was a room available, in face several. We were shown round the property by a lovely German girl on a one year work visa who had just started working there a few days before, ducks, goats, a camel, a couple of pacus, birds, dogs and the puppies all to be seen. The landlady was a corker too, great conversationalist and kept us going for a few hours over a couple of beers and a stir fry. One other visitor stopped by, a truckie for tucker and a coke, he had a few interesting stories under his belt too. Time for bed and it was a long day, tomorrow and early start on our journey to become millionaires <g>, No sunset tonight, only rain so I will end with a few photos of Toompine, a great place where we were made very very welcome.
|Brilliant signs all over the place which put many smiles on the faces.
|The bar, no doubt a place for many a conversation, we loved it.
|The shower, too cold to try it out but I am sure there would be plenty hot water.
|Our room, #6. May not look much from the outside but inside, all wood, comfy bed, A/C and power, everything we needed for a great nights sleep.
|A view of the tennis court and basketball court after a night of rain!!! Yep all very soggy outside.