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... In the distance it looked a little clearer so we decided to continue on.
Our next stop was London Bridge, another part of land which had come away from the cliff. A tunnel had been created in the middle, causing the island to resemble a bridge - hence the name. We then drove on to the Bay of Islands. Sadly due to poor signage, or a complete lack of, we drove straight past the turning without realising. When we noticed our mistake about 15 kilometres later, we had ...
... for some of Australia's most famous animals. It more than lives up to its reputation. We saw dozens of Kangaroos, Wallabies, Emus and even a few Koala bears. One little Koala bear in particular blew us away! We saw him just as we were leaving the sanctuary, perched on a tree with his arms folded! He looked just like Yoda. It was dark by the time we arrived at our motel in Port Fairy and we were exhausted from a long day, so it was off to bed with ...
... which confirmed my love for lagers, then a glass of wine at Hickenbothem. Each place we went to had their own style and vibe so it was quite the experience to be able to see a bit of everything in the area. Lu's parents own a farm near the peninsula so we were staying there in preparation for our trip to Phillip Island the next day. We had a delicious home cooked meal then slept cozied up in side by side double beds for a much needed 12 hours. Phillip ...
... for another couple to kiss from the sidelines of the dance floor. We both had a lot of fun watching the antics. The following day we headed off, but before we did, we took a quick drive out to the riot into open cut mine which is located about 15km out of time. This is a good taste of what's it will be like in wa. Again, we didn't even get to utilise the facilities of the park as they should be. They did look very nice though, and the kids enjoyed playing on the ...
... was quite eerie cycling out to the cape lookout points through the whoomp-whoomp noise of the wind turbines overhead. In Port Fairy we had treated ourselves to a cliff-top self-catering cottage for the weekend and after stocking up on food, wine and tonic (we already had a bottle of gin that was travelling with us from rest day to rest day) we holed ourselves up and spent the entire time enjoying the ocean views from the cottage, eating, drinking and taking the ...