BEST WESTERN Port Campbell Great Ocean Road Motor Inn
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We flew to Melbourne on Sunday, picked up our camper and headed down the Great Ocean Road. It is a beautiful mix of rainforest, beaches with blue, blue seas and amazing rock formations and more strange creatures. The rainforest walks were incredible, absolutely huge trees and so much green growing everywhere. Barry braved a swim in the sea yesterday but it was brrrr!!! Jo, Wes and Paige leave us on Sunday so luckily 3 more days of fun with ...
... the sake of doing something. I don't know if it was me or the ambient temperature, but I was freezing - I was wearing a cycling jersey, my long cotton top, my fleece and my rain jacket. I had to sit down for a rest after walking about 500 m. I happened to spot a newsagent that was still open, and after much deliberation settled on some apple juice, again going along the hydration/sugar line of thought. It was a rip-off at $3 for 250ml but what can you do?! I ...
Today we went to the playground and Uncle Mike pushed us really fast and I nearly touched the line, then it started to rain. We left and then saw the 12 Apostles, arch way and went down to the beach at the loch gorge. Fact: more than 80 vessels came to grief on this 120km stretch just in 40 ...
It's now four o'clock on Saturday afternoon and and we've been driving for 19 of the last 24 hours devouring over 1500 kilometres. Starting out yesterday afternoon from the Hunter Valley where the studs are we stopped at McDonalds for dinner somewhere near Sydney then drove the remaining 900 kms directly to Melbourne stopping only for fuel. The first refuel was a bit of a close call because the red light came on as just a we left the motorway for ...
Folkies is over...booo hoooo. We want to come back next year.
This morning we had the opportunity of hearing three last acts on the last day of Folkies. The Stillsons; Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irions; and then Chris Smither. What a lot of fun that was.
By the time we got back to our Motorhome it was about 1.15pm. A lot of the campers had left and the camping ground now looked almost empty. Well there was some room anyway. A lot of ...