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We drove through Torquay and stopped at Bell’s beach for breakfast. We stopped at Airey’s Inlet to see the lighthouse and drove through Lorne, stopping to get a coffee. We got to Apollo Bay and walked down the walkway to the 12 Apostles and spent some time taking photos. There were several amazing viewpoints on the final leg of the drive to Warrnambool and we arrived at ...
... sure enough 'turn right, look for the yellow bicycle, down the lane...'The Farmer's Wife' and it was awesome! I bought my usual plus a scrummy raspberry, banana and choc chunk muffin. I walked around the town taking photos. So many old buildings, such history. Dating back to the 1850's. Along the wharf I got talking to 'Rosscoe'. A gentlemen of indeterminate age - 60's? He was in the process of making traditional cray baskets out of cane, and cypress which he'd cut that morning. ...
... resources. I went to the doctors there. Thought it would be a big wait with no appointments, but called in at 11.30am and they had a vacancy for 1.30pm same day. Pretty good! 8 doctors in the practice. There is a cottage hospital in Port Fairy and a bigger district hospital in Warrnambool. Interestingly the cottage hospital is all computerised, not the district one. Apparently if you like ...
... either considerable effort pushing the bikes down across and back up the other side or a kamikaze spirit to perform the feat in the saddle.
Between 2 of these such crossings we actually got to ride between the still intact metal rails. The only problem with that was the rails were only still in place because the sleepers also were. Ever tried riding over railway sleepers? No padded seat could ever make that exercise anything but a spine damaging ordeal. With ...
... before Peter cooked our Xmas barbi lunch at Lake Pertobe. After lunch it was back To the beach but at Lady Bay, Warrnambool and to finish our amazing Christmas day Aussie style we headed to watch the sunset at Logans beach at 9pm and admire the incredible waves that arrive from the Antarctic. All in all the most fantastic day. Bye 4 now ...