Best Western Olde Maritime Motor Inn
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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 …
... to build the economy. There is a sign that indicates the start of the road with a bit of a memorial to the workers.
There are a number of little towns along the way. We stopped in Lorne for breakfast and a quick explore before continuing on our way. Lunch was at a random little store between a few towns.
The views were unreal. Every corner we went around was just stunning. There were a number of little beaches along the way that ...
My journey along the Great Ocean Road was sensational, more great driving roads, twists and turns, lots of hills. And fantastic views all long the way. I'm impressed with VicRoads, they seem to do a lot to promote safe driving, and make it easier to do so with good roads, and things like 'turn-outs' where slower drivers can pull off to let faster traffic pass. And lots of power nap areas and rest stops (with toilets, and in some cases, closer to Melbourne, espresso vans). I ...
... or surfing weather, it was a little bit rainy. It was very beautiful to look over at the water, whilst the grown-up wore her rain mac!!
We got back on the bus and drove to the famous road, it even has a big road sign, bigger than any I have seen. There were lots of people, so it must be famous. Now the road is very long and we drove for what felt like hours before we stopped at Kennett River and where the grown-up saw her first wild koala. ...
... seating area – you name it, it has it – home from home. Even fellow campers pop by for a viewing! They’re a lovely friendly couple, as all the people I have met are.
Well that’s it for tonight. I’ll be in touch around Melbourne time in the hope I won’t forget what I have seen! It will be interesting to see how the Australians celebrate Australia day! Take care and lots of love.