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... time to visit Warrnambool to see Southern Right whales off Logans Beach.
We decided to drive along to see Port Fairy, where we stayed on our last visit. The Port was once a whaling town but is now mainly a tourist stop off. On the way back we drove in to Koroit, a very small town with strong Irish connections and where St. Patricks Day is always very well celebrated!
Just outside Warrnambool is Tower Hill ...
... Peterborough for another caravan park camp.
My last day of touring the G.O.R. had a pleasant start but it soon became overcast and cold. As I rode on, I was stopping to add layers not shed them. Good flat roads saw me cover the 60 kms into Warrnambool before noon where I’m booked into a caravan park for 2 nights. I’ll take a rest day here before commencing the next leg into the ...
... and lots of stuff today.
We started packing up and we let dad and mum do everything because it was really cold and wet. We drove on the Great Ocean Road, we saw a lighthouse that was in Round the Twist, it was very wet and windy and on the walk there were lots of puddles. We went and saw another lighthouse and went to a lookout to see it. We drove a long way and got to the 12 Apostles and they are bits of land but all the bits ...
... very cold. And I just can't get used to it, it's on the warmest of days not to let out a little squeal, but on a day like today when's it only 20 degrees and the wind is blowing it's really hard work. But I'm clean which is a nice feeling. Right so my journey so far... On Monday I caught the train to Geelong, a small town outside of Melbourne, getting out of the city looks hard work and most people recommended the train, I then had a short right for the day to a place called ...
... little coastal village, so more suited to us at the moment. We are in school holidays at the moment so sites are expensive, but we knew they would be, and so far we have been really i pressed with the caravan parks. Helen and I have done the washing and there is enough of a breeze to dry it. It is still lovely weather here, although it is supposed to warm up tomorrow that is why we are staying near the coast. We ended our evening playing ...