Chatby Lane Apartments
Travel Blogs from Lorne
... your Billabong, your Ripcurl, your Quicksilver, and I'm sure more.
Just to finish off the day, we found ourselves camped in yet another picturesque spot: right next to a creek that flowed, under a little footbridge, out towards the ocean. We even had our own deck (meant for fishing) where we sat, watching the sun go down, with a cup of tea and our books. The novel bit though was the sea-side ...
my mind was with the koalas!! I did go
up it and walk around the outside – when I say walk – I had to fight against
the wind to get around it! As always
along this coast, beautiful views.
I had a two hour journey to Anglesea at the end of the day and really would have
liked to have stopped at some of the bays and taken in the views of the Great
Ocean Road a bit more, but I had such a great day around the Ottway ...
... 34 crew and 18 passengers - a male crew member and a female passenger survived.
Stopped at the 12 Apostle look out and took some pictures. The wind is cool today, and it is getting busier as the day goes on. We try to be on the road between 8:00 and 8:30 each day.
I read that there were Koalas on the Cape Otway Road so we decided to try it. Grand Slam, there were lots of Koalas. Some were very high up in the trees and others were ...
Our stay in Lorne was a rainy and wet one. We had planned to do a lot of walks and hiking in our 3 days in Lorne but it did not work out that way. Thankfully our quaint little cottage in the forest had a fireplace to keep ...
... the tip of my right thumb was resting against my wrist. I gave it a hard yank, and Helpful Car Guy and his wife went green as my thumb popped like a carrot snapping. I wiggled it, and although it made me cry, it basically worked. Tom arrived. He'd stopped back up the road for a photo opportunity. My bike wouldn't start, so I roll started it down the hill to Halls Gap. It ran terribly - flooded? We fuelled up. Bike was difficult to start again. Off down the road ...