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... was posing for pictures and rolling over onto its back - very cute. Apollo Bay which was on our to do list, was heaving, with a craft market all set up and a fair ground being assembled. One of the things Apollo Bay is famous for is a load of totem style carvings, but unfortunately the craft market was all set up all around them, making actually seeing some of them a bit tricky! Then we went down to Cape Otway, which leads to a lighthouse. This ...
... the weather was nice and the wildlife had come out to play. A spot of lunch in the camper and we moved on. We drove down into Warrnambool, a seaside town. We had been here before so the town was familiar. Driving in we recall where we stayed before and where we had dinner. We had a quick wander around town and then went to buy tickets for a show we didn't see last time we were here. The show was at Flagstaff Hill. A replica village, built in 1975 and is based on a ...
... Lake Pertrobe and along the foreshore
about 5 nearly 6 km.
Along the coastline where next month Southern Right whales will come
to give birth. Our caravan park is just sand dunes away from the
beach, we sleep with the sound of waves, it has parts good and safe
for swimming , but it a little bit too cold for that.
We ride to Thunder point past Middle island , home to sea birds like
Shearwater, Black ...
... which is much nicer than the one in England. Along the bike ride today, I saw a few of the tourist hot spots, 12 apostles, London bridge and so on. They were impressive and crowded.the problem I'm having with this ride so far is that it's such a tourist route that the roads always busy and everything is so expensive when you get to towns, but the scenery is beautiful and I'm glad I'm doing it. Anyway that's it from me, it's bloody freezing here! Hope it's starting to warm up back ...
... and sober it was a bit much for us so we headed back to the tents to pick up beers and sit off on the beach. We arrived at the beach for the most beautiful sunset and once it fell dark, the sky was so clear and full with so many stars!
The next day there was a triathlon going on in Warrnambool so we had to wait a while for the roads to reopen. We headed off around 11 to make our way down Great Ocean Road where our first stop was Logan's Beach where ...