Comfort Inn On Raglan
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... to build the economy. There is a sign that indicates the start of the road with a bit of a memorial to the workers.
There are a number of little towns along the way. We stopped in Lorne for breakfast and a quick explore before continuing on our way. Lunch was at a random little store between a few towns.
The views were unreal. Every corner we went around was just stunning. There were a number of little beaches along the way that ...
... the waves crash into and pound the rock faces. He found himself on a beach in a gorge. He heard cries for help from the sea. It was one of the other passengers. An 18 year old woman. She had been out at sea for 5 hours by the time he saved her. She could not swim and the waters were bitterly cold so someone was looking out for her that day! By fortune they had found themselves in a gorge they could climb out of. Either side and they would have just been surrounded by ...
... or surfing weather, it was a little bit rainy. It was very beautiful to look over at the water, whilst the grown-up wore her rain mac!!
We got back on the bus and drove to the famous road, it even has a big road sign, bigger than any I have seen. There were lots of people, so it must be famous. Now the road is very long and we drove for what felt like hours before we stopped at Kennett River and where the grown-up saw her first wild koala. ...
... you had to pull off on the the grassy side to let another car pass.
When we left Melbourne in the morning the temperature was 37C. By the time we reached the eastern of of the GOR it had dropped to 25C, and it went down to 15C overnight. In the afternoon at the Twelve Apostles the on shore wind was SO strong it was hard to hold the camera steady. My glasses were coated with salt spray brought in by the winds.
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... from Matts phone. Once our Helicopter ride was done we felt great! We hit the road again and stopped in the small town of Port Campbell and had an early dinner. We drank the local beer "Prickly Moses". Denise doesn't usually drink beer but if this stuff was available in Canada she would!. With our belly's full of local brew and food we took a walk around the old whaling town. We checked a couple of stores out and we even bought a ...