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On our 2nd day we're off to explore the coastal scenery of Victoria and once again availed the private tour of ATWAD.
Here's the itinerary:
-morning tea at Torquay beach
-Visit Bells Beach, famous for its international surfing competition although at this point you cannot fully appreciate this surfer's paradise for …
We have heard so much about the beautiful country side of Victoria and its vast wineries so we opted to avail a private tour of the Dandenong Ranges via the ATWAD Tour.
So here's the trip:
-Morning tea in the middle of a forest park where you have the liberty to feed lyrebirds
-Puffing Billy steam …
Jetlag is not a myth.
It is hiding under your bed.
And it WILL get you.
It will make you paranoid.
It will make you dilusional.
It will make you have breakfast at 4am, caught in a vicious cycle of being in bed by 7 but plagued with sleepless nights.
How dare I question its existence with my setting the watch ahead …
When we arrived into Avalon airport we didn't quite realise that we were still another 60k from Melbourne and so that explained why our flights were pretty cheap. We get a bus into the centre and get to our hostel which is another contender for worst hostel of the trip. It’s looking like Australia doesn’t do hostels well. A massive dorm …
So its been a week since I last updated. Ramsay street was awesome if a little surreal, we also went to lassiters complex, the garage and school. On the monday night I then went to the neighbours night and met Karl kennedy, michael williams and janae timmins. Plus our table won the quiz and I came second in a dance competition winning a pass for …