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Friday we beat an inexperienced but relentless China team 114-0. The boys from San Diego went well with Brando helping himself to three goals and making the most of his time in the forward line. Viking and Donnie played as solid as expected with Viking always running through the ball and Donnie taking marks from Center Half Back. In the second half …
... it by that time that we couldn't be bothered anymore!
Now, we've got the tv on, relaxing.... I'm doing some work and we're chatting about our day tomorrow. We've been really lucky to be offered the chance to participate in a Zipline Adventure in the Otway National Park. I'm really nervous about it but excited too, so watch this space tomorrow night to hear all about it!
Lots of Love to everyone,
Nous voila enfin arrivé au terme de notre itinéraire le long de la "great ocean road" , et le clou du spectacle les 12 apôtres . Puis c'est le retour à Sidney sous la pluie nous traversons les régions inondées, pour arrivé sain et sauf à Sidney...
... we hop into our wicked van and go back to some serious driving. Foot on the right pedal and off we go, until we reach Port Campbell National Park, home to the Twelve Apostles. This is the most famous and photographed stretch of the Great Ocean Road. For thousands of years the waves and tides have eroded and carved out a series of rock stacks, gorges and arches. We walked down the Gibson Steps, to Gibson Beach. The scenery is just ...
... planned for us today;
- A rainforest walk in the Otway's at Maits Rest
- Gibson Steps, so we can walk down the 70m limestone cliffs and see an apostle at sea level
- Loch Ard Gorge
- London Bridge (not what you are thinking!)
- Bay of Islands (not the NZ one)
Thankfully (as I'm so worn out from the surfing lesson) the rainforest walk is on an established board ...