Comfort Inn Warrnambool International
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... and the petrified forest is maybe moobah
trees which were smothered by large sand dunes then water seeped in
and down to tree trunks and formed a crust of sandstone ,then the
trees decayed, leaving behind the petrified tree shapes.
This coast is whale coast, large Blue whales in our summer and
Southern Right Whales in winter, as we leave we hear of the first
whale sighting for the season on the radio. We ...
... sleep, I ended up sleeping half the morning as I eventually woke up at 9! I packed my stuff and shot off, while leaving I passed a Campground, which turns out was only $5 probably could have stretched to that, but on the campsite were the two German girls I'd met in the hostel last week. They had bought bikes for $98 each, no experience of cycling and had bought cushions to sit on instead of padded shorts or seats. I was wondering when I would catch them, they'd left on ...
Next morning we spent some time in Lorne which is a really lively little town with loads of nice shops, bars and cafes. We ate breakfast in one of the little cafes before chilling out on the towns lovely beach for a bit. A little further along the coast we stopped off on the town of Aireys Inlet where there was another lighthouse that was free to look at. The views out over the turquoise coloured sea were gorgeous and as it was pretty windy ...
... although at least this imaginational person did not have suffer sharing a tent smelling of sweat and sick with me!). I suppose I can take away a bit of knowledge about self reliance from that. Or something like that?! I hope that reading this entry has not made everyone at home (and people I've met on the way who have taken an interest) worry too much about me! After all, I've lived to tell the tale - literally by writing this! One thing that crossed my mind ...
... Otway, we ambled briefly round the gift shop then balked at the idea of paying a wad of cash to see the headland and lighthouse, so headed back to the Great Ocean Road.
Getting out of the car during this part of the journey gave us our first real taste of the Australian fly. Or, to be more truthful, FLIES. In Bill Bryson's fabulous book 'Down Under' he talks of the Aussie fly as being a particularly determined beast. He says that once one such fly has decided that it ...