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... me, of course). I can only hope the next 10 days in New Zealand is half as good as the last 13 in the Land Down Under.
This morning we began our second and final day on the Great Ocean Road from Apollo Bay. Our first stop was Maits Rest which had the thickest walk through the rainforest that we’ve been on yet and some of the best scenery to take in. We then drove to Johanna Beach where we took some time out to walk along the Great ...
... What he didn't tell us was that they were about 100 metres away and simply looked like a big cat had coughed up a hair ball in the tree. Koalas are lazy. Lazy and stupid. They eat poisonous leaves and then have to sleep for 18 hours a day because they're diet is so, so bad. When we got up to where Barry, our tour guide from Oxford, he'd located a Koala that was making a racket. The male koala seemed to have cornered a female koala and was roaring at her. I ...
... of the road, we just needed to see something ‘Great’...
And the next stop provided just that. It was a beautiful volcanic crater called the Blue Crater Lake and the water was the most dazzlingly electric blue. It was really quite staggering to see. Even to this day, no one quite knows why the water is so blue – there are conflicting theories. There were other crater lakes nearby but none had ...
... waiting trailers on the jetty. Plus an amazing
spectacle watching a deckie boardriding behind the incoming fishing boat.
Took 12 Apostles Helicopter flight along the Great Australian Bight from London Bridge to the 12 Apostles . AWESOME ride over along the coast one way and then back down the other. Breathtaking view. That's going to be hard to beat. Tassie you've got a lot to live up ...
Before this trip, I had never heard of the Great Ocean Road of Australia. With a name like that you'd think I would have, but until a dancer friend that lives there told us about it I had no idea what it was. Turns out it's an absolutely stunning 155 kilometers of coastline with sheer cliffs, rock formations, and fairy penguins!
Speaking of the penguins, our first stop was near Warrnambool at Middle Island. This island has some of the last of this species ...
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