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... my hoop down here and while the other girls took a dip in the water I hooped on the beach.
After that we hit up a local store to restock our supplies and then onto camp. This night was no where near as great as the first but still good. On Easter we had hoped to see the mountains at The Grampians but it was a cold rainy day there so we decided to head home early.
Another great weekend down.
Hope everyone had a great Easter!
... the phone. Xaf’ thought I was kidding when I started to speak to the guy and I really need to concentrate that I wouldn’t start to laugh. It was just too funny.
We almost managed to do the Great Ocean Road on one day. We wanted to drive to a few more lookouts on the following day but the weather was bad again, so we decided to drive directly to Melbourne. Because in the end the Great Ocean Road is a good weather road and it just makes sense to go here by ...
... s Roadhouse in Aireys Inlet, what a great place all decked out to look like an American 60's dinner. They managed to pull it off, have been in an authentic diner in LA and this had the same feel. A few more tourist memorabilia at the diner than what you would normally see in the States but with that aside was great. Lisa and I spent nearly 2 hrs there having a great shake and spider.
... I'm going to be sick" from the car sick kidlets sufferring from the GOR bendiness was somewhat appealing!
We stopped in a few places along with way but for various reasons, they either didn't look very nice or were booked out (no idea why but for some reason the GOR was busy for that week!). We ended up at the Top Tourist Park in Anglesea. The ride there was a lot more pleasant than driving as you don't get the motion sickness but it was freezing and by ...
... knew exactly what that one was about! Yesterday we continued along the coast, stopped for a rainforest walk & to see the famous rock formations of the 12 Apostles. They are sandstone towers that stand alone in a line in the sea the rock inbetween having worn away. Really breathtaking & beautiful. Last night we stayed in Port Fairy, love the name & it is a cute little town. Quite old for Oz, very quiet on a Sunday night ( possibly every night,) lots of boutiques & ...