Though the weather had been threatening all manner of nasty things, except for a few spots of rain, it had brightened up and we walked around the island, it isn’t all that big but what they have they use well. It is obviously a place that anglers frequent (photos of monster perch, pike and zander hanging from the walls in the coffee bar that overlooks the lake), it is also a family place as the kids are well catered for (peddle cars, slides and small enclosures holding Llamas, Skerri sheep and Donkeys.
There is a restaurant with dance area complete with stage (alas closed, so unable to invite Linda for a Pala’s Glide). The I went onto one of the bathing stages and took a few photo’s,
Great Crested Grebes, Gold Eyes and Artic Terns. I went to the reception and tried to get a better connection, the lady gave me a pass word but obviously she wasn’t in the know as it didn’t work either.
Up next morning and in no hurry at all, as we were travelling only 82km to our next resting place. We travelled through forests and farm lands, passing along lakes at regular intervals. As we hadn’t have breakfast (I don’t and Linda has followed suit), we decided to pop into a rest place, the sign said 1.5 km along the road so along the road we went at the end was a very nice looking restaurant, it was sited overlooking a smashing lake. Alas it was closed and as it was only 10:00 and opening time was midday, we had to make do with the view.