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... inferno, and the crowd had thinned somewhat. The pizza was truly divine and I had no trouble demolishing it all on my own. My drink was replaced twice 'here, try this King Valley Pinot Grigio!' And all the staff were chatty and attentive. I warmed myself by the fire before walking home, stopping at the bottle shop for an ice cream on the way. Then made my tea and ate chocolate in the camp kitchen before sliding into my swag. It rained in the night, not a lot but enough to test ...
... place to visit with its views of
surrounding lakes and small volcanic craters and hills. One hill off
in the distance is called Elephant hill -photo. From where we are it
does have the shape of the top of an elephant. Most of the dams and
lakes in this area are volcanic craters made thousands of years
ago. We walk round Colac lake , the opposite side to camp , in Colac
We are a bit early ...
We'd all had enough of job hunting and decided to take some time away from Melbourne and go for a trip along Great Ocean Road. We packed up our stuff and checked out of the hostel for a few nights in a tent. Chris and I had our little tent from Argentina, Paul (Cumbria) and Paul (Scottish) had a big 10 person tent with them that they shared with Cat, Tom, Cassie and Rory and the Irish girls, Sue, June and Maria hired themselves an amazing Kiss camper van. We ...
... not white as cotton wool, but grey and threatening, and the wind was picking up. I got back to the campsite at about half 8, and rescued the rest of my washing and the iPad from being on charge. I also had the brainwave of moving my bike under an alcove on the side of the toilet block. Hopefully that might keep it a bit drier overnight - it was obviously going to rain like mad tonight! I crawled into my sleeping bag, still wearing my trousers and two jumpers. ...
... until then I'd seen ducks, flying cranes/herons & big parrots at a distance.
Arrived in Port Fairy before 2, got my room& headed off to walk down the main street to Griffith's Island where earlier in September the migrating sooty shearwaters would have created a squawking great swarm as they nested. Even without them (except for quite a few carcasses) I had gulls, crows, & a heron for ...