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Gelukkig, het weer is opgeklaard. Ik heb een hele mooie zonnige dag achter de rug, nog wel wat frisjes maar een kniesoor die daar over klaagt. Zeker na die sombere, koude en natte dagen. Het was een mooie tocht via de Great Ocean Road. Prachtige uitzichten en rotsformaties geërodeerd (zeg je dat zo) in zee. De laatste foto,s zijn van de zgn. …
Well today proved to be a really amazing day. Firstly it was the first day in a couple that the sun had really shone for the entire day (mind, the wind was still blowing), and secondly because of the scenery and the history that was on offer.
Leaving Johanna Beach about 10ish or so we headed up the hill and battled against the wind till we …
4/6 Headed off again towards Melbourne - went through Portland and stopped at Port Fairy - very picturesque. We stopped to see the Bay of Islands rock formation and London Bridge - a strange rock formation looking like a bridge - sadly one of the arches had fallen into the sea in 1991. Some tourists were on the other half when it …
Friday 21st May 1999
Do the Ocean Road today!! Not too impressive to start with (seems a bit overhyped – bit like the Garden Route, RSA)
Nice little seaside towns, Apollo Bay etc, head inland for a bit, then 'Shipwreck Coast' section.
Some big old stacks and caves etc, Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, Arch Island, …
We didnt really have enough time to fully explore Melbourne as the drive from Bimbi Park back along the coast took over 3 hours. In order to use Ian's cheap Body Board one more time we headed to Surf Beach in Torquay (just below Melbourne). The heat was intense and the beach was very busy, pretty dangerous with so many surfers in there!
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