gingerbread biscuits. It was a great little snack to have on hand and take with us on walks. The recipe makes heaps so we had quite a few to take home.
Community Market on Saturday morning. I was disappointed to find it no longer has a baker. However I did have a pakora and a ricotta, sultana and white chocolate doughnut. We also bought some jelly slice. Sylvia's choice!
Darriwill Farm for fancy food. Dinner was a simple matter of spinach and macadamia dip, La Madre casalinga, swiss cheese and vegies. So good. So easy.
the Clonmara Tearoom. We had enjoyed their food and hospitality so much last time that it was high on our list of places to eat. There were no baked beans on the menu but when I asked, I was given some lovely home made baked beans with hash browns, tomato and toast. This time there were no potato scones or haggis on the menu but we did receive the same warm welcome from the owners.
Tower Hill. It is a short drive from Port Fairy. Yet again, I found the scenery stunning and loved being in the bush. The views in the dormant volcano are beautiful. We did a walk up to a lookout that looked across the nearby farmlands to the sea.
Rebecca's. I had chocolate, Sylvia had butterscotch and E had salted caramel. We all really loved the salted caramel. Someone recommended the ice creams or gelatos at Poco Artisan Ice Cream on Cox Street. Maybe we will try them next holiday.
Charlie's on East. It was worth a drive. Crisp golden chips, great potato cakes and lovely corn jacks.