Caledonian Inn Motel
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... and jumped on a tram out of the city to Glenelg, the cities beach resort. It was a nice little area but with the weather a little overcast there wasn't that much in terms of appeal - winter in July means there's even ice rinks around at this point! We walked around the pier and beach front before meandering back through the shops, jumping on a tram back to the city at the other end. In the heart of the city is Victoria Park which is surrounded by the skyline around, it's a ...
... are the face of mass modern tourism, and the worlds expanding middle class. You only have to go a few miles from the sites mentioned in the tourist books and they disappear. We then did an extensive tour of the remaining vistas of the wreck coast by visiting Lock Ard gorge, The Razorback, The Arch, London Bridge and The Grotto; all of which were more magnificent views of this coastline which is being slowly eaten by the sea. ...
... very much worth it. The walk to the lighthouse was very windy; stopped along the way to look at displays in the restored keepers house. Walked up spiral stairs to the outside platform. Fab views. Interesting old guy minding it.
Picked up coffees from the cafe and had our picnic in the car, rain starting.
Drove back to main road with one koala stop.
By the coast again at Princetown, to the car park for The 12 Apostles, ye gods, hordes of tourists, by the ...
... a bit last night 18th March but in the morning had cleared a little letting a bit of sun through. Many of the campers left today but still a few left, Wendy spent the morning trying to sort where to go once across the border. In the afternoon a little ...
... of the early settlers were originally from Ireland and many of their descendants are still living in the district today. The land around Koroit is very fertile land and not only supports a thriving dairy industry but there are also paddocks and paddocks of potatoes and onions. We stopped for coffee in the local bakery and made the decision to continue along the rail trail to Warrnambool, a further 21kms down the trail. The scenery changed ...