Our hosts at Lagoon Pocket were most welcoming and greeted us and Kramer with enthusiasm, and showed us to our suite.
Our suite was large (they are probably all the same size, but we only saw inside "ours". There was an entrance vestibule with small fridge, and coffee making facilities, wine glasses and two bottles of the house wine.
Inside the fridge were two slices of very tasty scroggin. We'd had pizza for lunch at Imbil, so we were happy to snack on cheese, biscuits etc and a glass or two of wine. Kramer was quite funny. He was a little insecure for a while, and it took him a while to get used to the slippery floor, and the new surroundings.
As the sun went down at the end of the day, he stood up and with his tail erect, and growling he advanced to the sliding door. I wish I had my camera, but I'd have had to be quick. It was all over in seconds. As he got closer to the glass door it was obvious to us that he was growing at his own reflection and when almost to the door, he let forth an almighty roar and sprung at the "other dog" only to bang his face on the door, and realise his mistake! We did laugh! Poor Kramer.
He settled down though several times during the night we could hear his footsteps on the floor. But he was very well behaved.