Blue Whale Motor Inn & Apartments
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... on the left as instructed by all the tourist friendly signs if you pull over to marvel, is the crashing surf of the Southern Ocean and the Antarctic. You do feel on the edge of Australia.
But first we had to get out of Melbourne in early morning rush hour...avoiding the toll roads. Not that we mind paying...just can't figure out how to in a Queensland rental car. Gary did his preflight planning....spoke to the front desk, gave GPS ...
After checking out of our hotel this morning we decided to re-visit the Twelve Apostles. The day was already heating up to 32 degrees and the winds of yesterday had calmed. No coaches were in sight and we had a peaceful walk from the car down to view the Twelve Apostles for the last time and commit the sights to memory. It is hard to take in how spectacular they are. The beach looked inviting so we ...
... a large wire bin, a gust of wind blew a pile of aluminum cans skywards just in time for me to ride through them all. After 72 kms of riding - still enjoying the wind and rain gusts - I passed through Apollo Bay and camped on the outskirts of town.
... Road, it was very windy and there were a lot of hills on the road. We saw lots and lots of ships out in the ocean. They were very big and long. One we were with the whole time, we kept looking out for it when we went into different places, and it stayed with us for a long time. That night we stayed in a hotel, I slept on the top bunk, we watched a movie and had pizza, it was very big rest for us, because we hadn’t been in proper beds for ages.
... waves, leaving tall pillars of rock standing off shore called the Twelve Apostles." Although there were never really twelve, the seven remaining stacks are awesome to behold. No matter how many there are, they are beautiful and majestic. Not many words to add, I think the pictures say it all. We enjoyed a nice dinner in Port Campbell with the Swingles and a brother and sister ( from California who stopped in Melbourne before heading on to visit family in Perth.