Comfort Inn Warrnambool International
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Well after checking the forecast which said high chance of showers, I got up early and left Mount Gambier. The lady at the desk assured me there wouldn't be any showers and she was correct! Having said this, I did strike a great deal of fog just out of Mount Gambier. With Metallicas Suicide and Redemption blasting through my Bluetooth headset I did a quick risk assessment. Judging by the amount of dead roos both on and off the side of the road I ...
... 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 ...
... habit of replying "Yeah, yeah, yeah, exactly." While trying to count up the number of children running around the campsite, he had to ask us whether Xavier was an adult or child. Then after agreeing on the fee payable, he gave us a rundown on the caravan park's features:
"Power, chickens [two locked up in a coop], beach, toilets..." Jamie appeared to believe he was bestowing upon us the special privilege of setting up our caravan next to the ...
... 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. ...
... the whole city and it's galleries and exhibits are open to the public as well as many other shows and performances, there were light projections on to the sides of buildings bringing the city to life, from 7pm til 7am. The only issue is, it was so popular that the whole of Australia has turned out for it, and the streets were full. I spent the evening with a girl from the hostel, she was from Germany, but had a ...