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... to spend a significant amount of time there as it has almost become a bit of a commuter town and lacks the charm of some of the other towns along the coast.
The next weekend, I finally managed to drive the great ocean road. After work on Friday, we drove to Torquay and spent the night there so that we could get an early start in the morning. By the time we arrived in Torquay, we basically had time for dinner before going to bed. We had ...
... The fog had rolled in however and with only the sky and sextants to guide them they had no bearing as to where they were and the entry into the Bass Strait leading to Melbourne was not that wide. They spotted the land, when it was just 150 metres away. A rocky coastline. They tried in vain to turn the ship around, but the winds and tides kept pulling them towards the shore. They tried to set anchor but that didn't work either. The ship hit a rock under the sea ...
... museum and we got to taste lots of cheese.
Craig had not seen one of his friends Crofty (who lives in Warrnambool) for a couple of years, we had a couple of nights catching up and having dinner together. It just seems like yesterday that we saw him last. Crofty generously invited us to stay in his driveway, we all had a great couple of days spending time ...
... still home to me). There were occasional glimpses of the water, but mostly it was driving in forests. We stopped in Apollo Bay for lunch, and after that things changed. The road was a little easier to drive, but there were more vistas and lookoffs.
Our main target was the "Twelve Apostles" and for a while I thought we had missed that. But we got there. The Gibson Steps was our first stop. There are 86 steep steps leading down to the beach ...
... to the Arch and the "three sisters". This is the end of the 12 Apostles. We could write all day about the sound of the waves and the red cliffs and how gorgeous the colour of the water was but then this blog would never end! We scored some create pics that we are happy to share when we get home. We headed back to the 12 Apostles lookout, the walkway out to the lookout was packed! So we found a 15 minute helicopter ride that was ready ...