Angela's Beach Stays
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... each other at St. Kilda (Melbourne) at the Europcar dealer, where they had to collect the car. So there, I met the two dutch girls (Jantina & Froukje) with who I will be travelling for the next few days! And our car? A Nissan Micra! So just enough space for three persons with their backpacks :D
On this first day of our road trip we visited Bell's Beach at Torquay, which apparently is a heaven for surfers. Although the weather and the waves ...
... filler for those who returned from WWI, we continued along the twists and turns to Split Point Lighthouse, 500m up a hill and looking akin to a giant chess piece. From here the views up and down coast were amazing. Some of you may recognise this iconic lighthouse as it was made famous in the TV show Around The Twist. The road mainly follows the coast but twists inland in parts to pass through varying sizes towns. The biggest we passed today was Apollo Bay, ...
Apollo Bay is a little town part way down the Great Ocean Road. The place was pretty quite after the huge Labor Day weekend. It's rather touristy but the beaches are huge and really nice. I had a really nice view of the ocean from the hostel I was staying ...
... is a tad more pleasant tomorrow when we plan to drive back along the GOR (without the van in tow) to visit Lorne and the surrounding area.
We will then leave here (Apollo Bay) on Tuesday (3rd Feb) and head further west to Princetown and the 12 Apostles. We'll sleep in first though as it is only about 80km further up the road.
Oooorooo Mick, Wendy and Aero
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... and loaded us into the minivan and introduced us to our travelling companions who were from the Philippines and France. Our first stop was at somewhere called Bells Beach. Apparently land perviously owned by Mr. Bell. Glen explained that nobody in Australia can actually own a beach - same as U.K. Bells beach is a famous surfing beach where the Rip Curl and Quicksilver surfing equipment and apparel enterprises were founded. The Southern Ocean as it hits ...