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... in the challenge, even a Belgian one. Both of them worked with Team Twente, Jérôme as photographer and Jochem as PR. Later on the evening the dutch party became even larger, with Iris and Jamy joining us. These two dutch girls are studying in Australia and were visiting the Great Ocean Road during their holiday.
Towards the late evening we went to the pub in Apollo Bay for a drink (Iris and Jamy didn't came with us). But our time in the pub was ...
... some of the nearby locations in the national park instead of our normal utilization of foot power from a camping area.
Cape Otway Lighthouse Precinct looked nice but was a private enterprise controlled area with costs involved just to get through the well-stocked souvenir shop side door to the light house grounds.
Blanket Bay Camping Area looked very rugged and inviting with only 2 sites that we might get our caravan into with ...
... about a dozen of them that scattered bounding away. Some of them behaved like - well - wild animals and raced over a green with no respect whatsoever. We then started down the road proper passing through towns such as Torquay, Anglesea and others with familiar sounding names and fabulous scenery and beaches. We made another wildlife stop and observed some koala bears who do very little other than sit and eat. Apparently, there is little nutritional value ...
... intolerance imaginable, from gluten free to dairy free, you name it, this guy had it in the fridge/freezer. If all else failed and I was too scared to sleep in my room, I figured I could take refuge in the kitchen and stuff my face with some wheat-free bread…
Once we’d escaped the crazy B&B owners regaling his bizarre ‘when I was in New Zealand’ tales, we decided to drive out to Cape Otway to see the koalas. I had forgotten how incredible ...
Travelled from Port Campbell to Apollo Bay stopping at Cape Otway National Park to check out the many many koalas along the road, then lunch at Blanket Bay. The following day we went inland to the forests where we walked amongst massive myrtle beech & Canadian redwood trees. We then went on a tree top walk on the Otway Fly - good ...
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37 Great Ocean Rd, Apollo Bay | 4 star hotelfrom $105
- Great Stay
- Excellent place to stay
2 Moore St, Apollo Bay | 3 star hotelfrom $124
3 Murray Street, Apollo Bay | Hotelfrom $87
- Our stay
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