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Travel Blogs from Warrnambool
Well the final day of full on touristing had arrived, and it was going to be a big one with the Great Ocean Road in our sights and it was wet and windy still. First stop was Anglesea where a very warm coffee and hot chocolate was needed. Then off to the Split Point Lighthouse in Aireys Inlet which was used in the TV series “Round The Twist …
... minute walk to town, and it was quite balmy. Coffin Sally was again packed and I took my place at the bar. A young chap with surfer hair and a flat cap suggested a nice Shiraz and gave me the menu for perusal. All the pizzas sounded delicious and I'd all but decided on the roast potato with caramelised onion when Mr Gorgeous from the morning told me I was having the 'Blue Pear'. Pear with Gorgonzola cheese and rocket. Sure! I moved from the bar as the open fire beside it was ...
w finally get it back.
We head out of Melbourne and stop at
Avalon for the night. Next day head for Colac to get to Warnambool.
We decide we have been down Great Ocean rd before and there is a bike
race or something over the weekend, Too many people around . We stop
on Colac Lake for a couple of days.
About 12 other assortment of vans, campers along with us.
Red Rock Lookout is ...
... store open after 6pm) and picked out a movie. Took a while to find something worth watching that I could also watch with the kids. No documentaries - tried asking if the was an art house section, the woman looked at me like I had two heads. After a long and arduous search I stumbled across Ferris Buellers day off, which was perfect paried with pizza and birthday ...
... back to the campsite, but spotted the signs to the train station. I decided to investigate - this could be my escape route after all - but the trains only seemed to go to Melbourne and Warrmambool, neither of which I thought would be helpful. I knew there was a parallel line further North, running between Melbourne and Adelaide, and that's what I'd need to pick up. As I walked back, to use a terrible cliché, I felt as weak as a kitten. The clouds, ...