Comfort Inn The International
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn The International Apollo Bay
A great place to stay on The Great Ocean Rd- easily found with friendly reception and fresh milk for tea and coffee. Motel style with car outside the door- huge room and bathroom with all amenities. Small but pretty swimming pool.
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Comfortable night and..... Thank goodness, no rain today and temp up by 10 degrees. Had a brief look at the pretty fishing port of Port Fairy before leaving for the sights of the Great Ocean Road. Many places along the road you could be forgiven for thinking you are in the UK with green fields full of cows, forests, Lake District-type overhung tree …
I woke at 5:30 to trills, cheeps, squawks, caws & pan pipes. Of course I couldn't see the performers. It made my breakfast in bed all the better.
Now I am off to a leisurely drive on the Great Ocean Rd. Hope it won't rain much.
It didn't, just enough. Saw red king parrots several times, another cockatoo, but no koalas. It was chilly & …
... them ourselves. I'm not a fan of my new camera but I give it props for the zoom. I was able to zoom in and get some awesome pictures. We hunted for koala's for about an hour before heading back to the Great Ocean Road and the town of Lorne.
In Lorne we went to find somewhere for lunch, but first Heather had to see the parrots. Loz called them king parrots and apparently they are pretty friendly, they are green and red. There was also these birds that were red and blue, ...
... at it. I also contrived to fall comically into a stream at Erskine Falls in front of an audience of tourists. My swift and graceless descent onto my backside was met with great concern and sympathy, but it was received from a kindly passer-by instead of my new wife, whom I noticed shuffling away from the scene in embarrassment. I'm assuming this is normal behaviour between married couples and no doubt will have an opportunity to reciprocate before the end of the trip!
Left home about 7am, Alanna drove, got to Lorne for breakfast at a small bakery. It was already cold and we really appreciated the hot coffee and yummy pastries etc. Headed off again and stopped at the Gibson Steps lookout area. Alanna stayed in the car while Mike and I braved the elements, the wind was so strong it was hard to walk. We ...