BEST WESTERN Tudor Motor Inn
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... a 250km drive to our next stop at Warrnambool this is for 5 nights over the bank holiday weekend. The day started very wet but dried out stopped at Apollo Bay for coffee and then to the Twelve Apostles for lunch. Had a good day 2nd Nov. travelling the Gourmet trail tasting some lovely whiskies, cheese, wine & chocolate. Then ...
... city which was originally a German settlement, we headed there for a bit of an explore. Hahndorf, still has a number of its original buildings and it's quite a quaint little town in the Adelaide Hills. It's modern in its offerings but the wooden chalets keep their charm and appeal. It's not a particularly big town so after a walk around and Vicky buying a few candles we were back in the car heading for the coast. After a little detour to get petrol and supplies from the supermarket, ...
The next stop on out trip was the famous Great Ocean Road. The coastal road that starts just over an hour south west of Melbourne and ends up around 2-300 kilometres away in Warrnambool. Luckily for us Emma has Australian friends she met in Croatia who it just so happens live in Warrnambool. So accommodation was sorted for the night there. We hired a car from Melbourne city centre a small little Nissan Pulsar and made our way out ...
... very good decision for a number of reasons. Our Lonely Planet guide book says "keep an eye out for koalas hanging out of the trees close to the roadside". We thought - oh yea! Well it was right!! In a about 1km section of the road there were at least 15 of them including 2 babies. Fast asleep of course and huddle into the crook of branches, but oh so cute. The lighthouse and the immediate area was worth a visit too. The site included a lot ...
... Jelly, which we had consumed on our scones at the caves in Mount Gambier, and so liking it bought a couple of jars. After buying some good steaks for dinner at the Timboon butcher, and it now being late in the afternoon, we set off back to our caravans. Once home, Steve cleans his big mirrors on his car, as the Superb Fairy Wrens love to sit on them and have left lots of nasty reminders. Enjoyed dinner around the log fire at the camp kitchen ...