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Today was our day to drive Australia's "Great Ocean Road." The Great Ocean Road is one of Australia's great touring routes. You go south from Melbourne to Torquay and then you drive and stop along the southern shore to enjoy great surfing beaches, bits of rainforest, small seaside towns, overhanging koala bear trees, rolling dairy farms and then of course the sheer limestone cliffs. To your left, as you keep your ...
... street... in what looked like a derelict house, with a "for sale" sign out the front. Everything in the kitchen needed a thorough scrub before use, and it was more favourable to avoid having a shower. Bit of a joke really when your still playing £30 a night. All in all a very enjoyable road trip which we would recommend to others, especially if its the local wildlife you're after. Now its back to Melbourne for a long weekend, time for a mash up with the cousins.
... of work.
Exciting things coming up this week though:
- B's first week of full-time employment (except she's taken Friday off, so its not really a full week)
- G has a flying visit to Adelaide for work
- B & G have Friday off together
- We get a Victorian licence plate for our car this week, as well as Victorian Drivers Licences
... it broke off. We went and saw the London Bridge that’s the same as the 12 Apostles, but shaped like London Bridge, when the bit fell people were on it and they got a helicopter to take them over. We got to stay in a motel.
Today we got up and it was very wet, Jayden, Kyle and I played in the playground sand pit while it was raining and mum and dad were doing all the work. Later on we were all packed up, we went on the ...
... stand beside palms and deciduous trees to create a dense canopy, while small ferns, vines and shrubs make up the forest floor, creating habitat for birds, snakes, and even carnivorous snails! After leaving the forest we then headed back to the coast through a valley to the main attraction, the twelve Apostles which are limestone/sandstone towers separated from the mainland.They have separated from the limestone and sandstone cliffs through erosion caused by ...