Comfort Inn On Raglan
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... path, that took about an hour and we had a map that gave us information at each tower, regarding what we were looking at each numbered stop point. We would love to do the Fly (zip line) through the tree canopy, but our budget didn’t stretch that far this trip!!! Stop offs at the 12 Apostles, The Loch Ard Gorge and the fallen down London Bridge also took place with the hordes of Asian tourists in their mini buses, their cameras working ...
... sideways. It was most invigorating!! I finished by running back along the beach! The sand very fine and soft. The water the softest aqua. While I ate my breakfast in the camp kitchen it started to rain more heavily. And I was suddenly faced with the thought of a day spent trying to keep dry. If only I hadn't forgotten my raincoat. Decided to drive into town and sit in a cafe for a bit. Was only there 15 minutes when the rain eased, then stopped, and never started again for ...
... fact that there is a road that traverses such hostile terrain really is a testament to the brave men who built it (even if they are Aussies!). We stopped at a couple of viewpoints and soaked up the breathtaking scenery, trying to do so before the bus loads of tourists turned up!
We were soon at Lorne Beach, where we had considered having fish and chips, as there was supposed to be a pier, which was a nice spot to sit and eat them, whilst gazing out into the ...
... to do the very steep climb up to the top as Rudi stayed with the SUV double parked in a "no parking" zone halfway up the hill. Syl made it back just as a park ranger drove up and she hopped in and off we went, good timing. We continued along the coast and soon came to the "the Memorial Arch" which spans the highway and has a beautiful sculpture to the side of it of the men who returned from World War 1, and with no jobs waiting for them helped in the building ...
... beach and I realize that’s the beach I was at in the afternoon. At Gibson Steps. As we assume it will take another hour or two for the sun be going down, we go back to the campervan and leave for Gibson Steps.
This time, we all go down the steps. We are alone at this beach and walk towards 2 of the remaing 8 of the twelve apostles. We are very anxious to keep the children away from the force of the ocean by not allowing them to get their ...