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... and took photos at. The most famous scenes were closer to the end of the road. The Twelve Apostles are probably the most photographed part of the road. The apostles, of which there are no where near twelve, are huge rock towers that have been left as the coast line erodes. A few of them have fallen down, so as the waves keep crashing against the rock, more of them will fall.
The other famous rock is called the London Bridge. It ...
... By fortune again a couple of farm workers had seen them from a distance and came to help. A kind of semi-happy ending! It was approaching 9pm when we left the show. We found a camping spot next to Hopkins Falls, a few miles outside of town. It was pitch black outside, just the stars in the sky. We can't see the waterfall but we can certainly hear it. Lying in bed listening to the sound of the falls we think that, tonight, we may have a greater desire for the toilet than ...
... are not koala bears, they are just caled koalas. They live in the trees and the grown-up was so excited, she wanted to find her own koala, but they must have been hiding high up in the trees, but the grown-up was very happy to see them snoozing.
Next we went to a rainforest, where there are some very big trees, very old trees. Some of them are so old and tired, that they actually drop their branches. It was lucky that they didn't drop any whilst ...
... be seen! Well, it was nice little trip but I think I probably needed a bit more time to travel around the island to see anything worthwhile.
My next stop was a place called Meningie (there are many strange names of towns in Australia, as well as many familiar ones from home). I joined two campsite clubs before I left the UK, each with a booklet of campsites with discounts for being a member, so they give me an idea where to head for. It ...
... wood cutting board that smelt like mint). With no finale destination in mind, we kept driving along the coast. We started noticing that we were getting further in land into diary country. We went through the small shire of Allansworth, they had Cheese and Wine world!!!!! Denise was so excited! But quickly disappointed as they were close. We have noticed that other then restaurants nothing is open after 1700hrs. No wonder Australians are ...