Comfort Inn Goldfields
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After leaving Melbourne at 3am Sunday morning we arrived in Dubai at 7.30pm Aussie time after a short stopover in KL so getting very very excited. We have met some interesting people, one from Anglesea who knows people from Donald who have moved there. We befriended a young lady with heaps of hand luggage who had travelled from NZ going to Vienna. It is hot here in Dubai!! ...
... the Grampian Mountain Range. We drove up the 10 km single track road, climbing heavily all the way, to the car park. From here it was only a 2km walk to the summit via the telecommunication mast metalled service road. I say only, but the gradient was lung busting and as we climbed up the conversation between us changed: "That's a lovely view." "This hill is killing me." "I need to stop for a rest." "It looks very black over there on the mountain range." "Yes, it is ...
... it was probably not allowed to camp here. The next morning it was still misty and rainy. The fog was so thick you didn’t have any view from the lookout. Ultimately, it got better at noon, so we could even make a second hike up to the Mount William (the highest mountain here, Mount Abrupt was still nicer though) and visit the lookouts again.
From here it was now not far to the Great Ocean Road anymore and that was on our program for the following ...
... stay a little better to tie in with a Crows footy game.
Got to Stawell about 9pm which was a bit ahead of time and checked into our little room. Feeling glad we din’t have to set up the tent tonight - its windy, wet, and really, really cold outside. Weather a bit iffy for tomorrow too - we want to climb The Pinnacle, but we may end up with the same situation we had at St Mary Peak in the Flinders; lots of low cloud, drizzle and wind.
... hit the road at 10:30am and filled up fuel before we turned onto the Southern Eastern Freeway. This short section of highway between Adelaide and Murray Bridge is sort of the closest thing you get to an Autobahn in Germany: divided lanes, high speed limit and limited road access. We cruised through the Adelaide Hills, past Murray Bridge, drove the bridge over the Murray and most of South Australia before we made our first stop in Keith. We weren't planning ...