Comfort Inn Town House Horsham
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... Road where I wanted to go was a long winding drive of 286km. Dragging a caravan this distance on a straight road is OK, but a winding one,"No way". I settled for a compromise as I really wanted to see the major attractions on this notorious coastal route. Heading slightly north of The Great Ocean Road to the small town of Colac was a far better bet as I could stay a few days at a caravan park then unhitch the Nissan and drive only 80 km south to what's listed, as 'one of ...
... type piece of machinery that was built in 1917, initially to haul wool from remote NSW sheep stations however when it was unable to get across the Murray River it was used in Victoria instead to clear land (primarily to pull out Mallee tree stumps). More details in a picture below.
We then headed back into Mildura where we visited Hudaks bakery, who are the ...
... was bordered by the grey granite peaks. The sight was a beauty!
After I hiked back down the mountain and was nearing the parking lot to look for my van, I saw a Kangaroo just sitting there. It turns out it was sleeping. I found out they sleep sitting up, so if anything alarms them they are ready to hop away from danger.
I motioned to a few people behind me to be quiet and we were all able to slip around and ...
... social atmosphere. All this hype and build up made me have a little break down tonight, it was on coming as I hadn't cried since before my 21st birthday. It is a big bad world out there, and me-little blonde Tarlee is going to face it by myself, first time overseas-What on earth was I thinking?!. Although reading some solo traveler blogs has put me at ease, just have to remember have an open mind, don't be afraid to say hi ...
... half an hour
and were early anyway, so completely starving by the time our dinner arrived - washed down with a 2009 Rolf Binder SGM which was scrumptious. Oh, did I mention I left the new camera in the restaurant? Luckily a competent staff member ran it out to me as we were getting in the car. You'd think I was trying to get rid of it.
Another big driving day tomorrow up to Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges via the Clare ...