Erskine River Backpackers
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... it from the cliffs, you have an uninterrupted view out to sea*... and, of course, of the surfers.
You can really catch some big wave here; particularly at Bells Beach. And no we didn't try it. I took one look at the waves mercilessly battering a poor guy in the surf and decided it was Pros only. That being said, I think he was rather enjoying being repeatedly sucked under the swell -- although I can ...
... smart, had heaps of information to pass on and really made the whole thing even more interesting and enjoyable. Once you step up to the first "cloud station", which is what they call the platforms between the trees, you stay up, in the treetops till the very end and are harnessed the whole time to the wire. It's quite impressive. When it comes to your turn to zip you sit down off the edge of the cloud station into nothingness and off you go attached by ...
... Having only driven the camper on very quiet
roads, Melbourne was a wakeup call!
Actually, it was ok, just busy with so many lorries.
A camper van has parked next to me – one I saw along the Great Ocean Road which
isn’t too difficult to not notice – I took a photo of it. I now have the view of the other side from my
window – so have included photos of the entire camper. The funny thing is, I checked this ...
... Port Campbell Holiday Park. It would of cost $51.00 to camp. It cools down pretty good at night when the sun sets, but is very hot during the day. Not complaining, just stating a fact. LOL
MONDAY JAN 13TH
OMG what an excellent start to the day. This is the first time I have ever been in a helicopter. Tom took some pictures and some video, I rode in the front seat by the pilot and didn't want to miss anything taking pictures. ...
... Hmmm....maybe the bike is more than flooded. Maybe the carbs are contaminated? It's running rough and refusing to pull above 5,000 rpm. We stop at Dunkeld for lunch after which my bike again doesn't want to start. Out of town it clears up a bit, finally smoothing out...but it's intermittent and still far from happy. We get to Warnambool and decide to head towards Apollo Bay on the coast road. On the open stuff the bike is usually okay, but below 80kph it cuts ...