La Perouse Lorne
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... shopping. Ate lunch on grassy cliff top, overlooking Torquay front beach famous for surfing, waves about 4-5 feet today. Drove on, to Bells beach, Anglesea, Aireys Inlet, and tonight we are staying in Lorne, at the Mantra Lorne Hotel, room overlooking a mass of agapanthus and a bowling green, where they bowls in bare feet! There are white cockatoos and red and grey parrots flying past our balcony and screeching . Just had delicious supper, I had baby red and ...
... Then we got across and slept at Torquay.
It was very wet and cold when we woke up and we went to Phillip Island, there was a track that was called Phillip Island Grand Prix. We went on a ferry and it was to Queenscliff from Sorrento. It wasn’t as bad as what I thought it would be like, it was very smooth. We went out to the front it was very cold and windy, I thought it would be much more windier than what it was.
... shutting down at 5. We fancied a coffee but everywhere was closed by 5.30 and the whole city seemed to be boarding a bus home. We did the same and headed back for dinner in Noarlunga. Next day we headed back east towards Victoria. Decided to get a good part of the drive done the first day and shared the driving for 6.5 hours. I booked ahead into a hotel in a placed called Horsham which appeared to be a fair size town on the map & a smart business type hotel ...
... br> We drove along the coast enjoying all the beautiful scenery, but you get tired of the windy roads. So we stopped around 3:00 at Lorne and got settled into a Bed and Breakfast - $170.00 a night and that was a bargain compared to other places. Things are higher because it is the holiday season, is what we are told. It is very cool, the guys name is Tony and he is originally from England. There were 3 other couples already there ...
... never got round to it. We walk round the corner to the surf beach and see that the waves are in fact existing and there are plenty of surfers in the water. I tell Jay I'm not getting in without a wetsuit because it's really windy and I know despite the water not being that cold that I will get chilly because of the wind. And being cold is just not fun, especially whilst surfing. We wonder back to the van, and drive over to the surf beach and wonder on down feeling the wind the whole ...