Comfort Inn May Park
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... as head man of the camp site, oooookaaaay?! Whilst he munched on a banana and spoke with his mouth full, we realised he wasn’t the full shilling, but entertained him all the same. 1am rolled round and after some interesting dance moves (they only seem to appear after a few too many) we realised with a day in the Grampians ahead we should probably hit the hay, or in Dan’s case pass out and get his much needed beauty sleep for the next day.
... a guided tour to Alexandra Cave. It was pretty amazing. We also went through the wet cave, which wasn't really wet, but still pretty good. We found a spot for lunch near the swimming lake (which we have decided we are coming back to in summer for a long weekend). It is a massive man made lake that looks like a giant swimming pool. It has a sandy beach on one side and a ...
... So we follow this map along a Tarmac road climbing a steep mountain when we come across the "dirt road" it was very Stoney and rough to drive on and was only wide enough for one car. As we got about a km in we turned a corner and had to stop. This small road we were told to go down suddenly become a single stone track along the edge of a cliff with no edge protection. I can't describe enough how big the drop was. The views were lovely but boy we **** ourselves. Especially ...
Distance Travelled-500km Total Distance-3605km Time Travelled-5hr50min Total Time-41hr 40min Today we drove to Horsham. On the way we found a massive slide and a exercise park (Nhill).Then we crossed the border of S.A and Vic. After that we got to Horsham. At dinner we went to the RSL, it was amazing because they had a inside play ...
... It was a 2.8 km return and medium difficulty. A little bit dryer than the other walks, but once you get to the top, you can see everything, in 360 degrees. Awesome.
On our way back, we got lost! Someway we lost the walking track and we had to wonder and use our natural compass to find the way back. Lucky for me, my boyfriend Grant has a good sense of finding himself in the map, cause if it was for me, I would have had to sleep in the bush.
Back in the carpark, ...