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Hi All, been away on holidays, drove the Eos to Yackandandah in north east Victoria, spent a few days there, went to a few wineries and micro breweries. Went for a drive up Falls Creek in the Victorian Alps. The bushfire devastation cannot be expressed in words. Great drive in the Eos though except when stuck behind trucks. And there was plenty of room to stow away our stash of wine and beer. Then flew to Perth, hired a Toyota Camry (Yuck , yuck and gutless) went on a cruise on the swan river, visited a few wineries in the Swan Valley. Saw only one Eos in Perth (near Barrack Street jetties). In fact not many convertibles in Perth. Too hot in summer and too wet in winter perhaps. (well according to some locals). Flew home to Melbourne then drove the Eos to Eden in NSW. It is just so nice there, NSW is a wonderful place (pity about the roads though). Went swimming and a fair bit, even though it is Autumn it is still very warm. Had a dozen Merimbula oysters everyday. Now we both have a convertible tan. The power of the Turbo petrol engine is very useful for overtaking through the mountains. And Eden to Melbourne on less than a tank of fuel. 7.2 litres per 100 k for the trip. And petrol was cheaper than diesel!