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Travel Blogs from Lorne
... not John), I've decided to count my blessings instead:
1. The bed feels really comfortable
2. There is beach access from the property and we've had a walk on it.
3. We're on the ground floor so didn't have to carry the cases far.
4. The shower is big enough for two!!!
5. We were given a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine
6. The Great ocean road is an awesome drive and we do more tomorrow.
7. I love the sea and ...
... in Australia for two weeks and not seeing one! The refuge was very small with kangaroos,
wallabies, different varieties of deer, a few horses and donkeys, and
emus. You could go into the pens to feed
two of the kangaroos, the wallabies and deer.
I was the only one in the park at the time – very few people seem to
visit it. Although I think the kangaroos
had eaten enough of the feed they give you, or were too sleepy to bother! I gave most of it ...
... it all to you, that's Elaine' knitting buddy. Anyway, we travelled about 35k out of our way to a place called Cheswick. It was an old woollen mill turned tourist attraction with that Italian guy, Al Paka, and his seven mates roaming around. Apparently they spin the Al Paka wool and other material into cloth, make things from it and then sting the tourist with exorbitant ...
... We continued on and the best part of the road was the first 45km to the next tourist town of Apollo Bay. From here the road went inland and as we passed a residential road I saw a grey animal in the road walking oddly and I thought it was an injured dog but at the last second I realised it was a koala bear! We managed to turn around and head back where the koala was eating his lunch. We were able to get so close and he looked so cuddly but the sharp ...
... were everywhere.....apparently they do not attack the golfers....so they leave them be! I was so excited to see them! I did a little hike to some falls, and by hike I mean I went down a gazillion stairs and then back up them! Not the most spectacular falls I have ever seen but nice to see none the less. Visited Split Point Lighthouse, the coastline is amazing!! Had a great lunch in a place called Lorne.....I have decided that there will be no more eating out as I blew ...