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Today we ventured along the Great Ocean Road with Go West Tours. After picking up all 24 passengers we headed out on to the famous road. We were captivated by the views. Watching the waves crashing against the shore was fantastic. Along the way we were amazed to see Eastern Grey Kangaroos hopping in the grassland near the road side and two koalas hidden within the trees. One koala awoke frightened by the onlookers and slowly scrambled up the tree to ...
... of us thought they might have gone to the beach to keep the party going. Well, the Saturday night was uneventful but the Sunday was yet again rowdy. The old bogan bearded elf man leading the way this time. At one point he was really abusive, scaring our neighbour and making them leave in the morning. We were just happy to go on Monday when most people we had met and got along with we're leaving too. There are more photos on ...
... made it down the cliff.
The surf was all time, gangbusters --We scored big time. It felt as if we were in the Endless Summer, rolling up on some unknown break, no one else around, the thought of waking up from a dream in the back of the van consistently crossed my mind. But no way that was happening ... this was for real and it really doesn't get any better. Right place, right time, meeting the right person ... that is what this journey is all about. Tim, THANK YOU! ...
... drivers that Australian traffic uses the left side started popping up every few minutes.
The road runs along spectacular limestone cliffs, with frequent turn offs for scenic look outs and deserted beaches. After a few hours of wondering the area we checked into a guesthouse in Port Campbell, a small centrally located town. This morning we head further east towards Melbourne with some of the most famous Great Ocean Road sites still on the menu. ...
... Incredible. Next stop was Gibsons Steps, a walkway down the cliff face to another beautiful beach, unfortunately the rain came again just as we got off the bus :( it shortened our stay but we still managed to get a glimpse of the beautiful view! About 7pm we made it to Port Campbell. A quaint little town with a few shops and a little beach enclosed by a huge cliff face. It reminded us of Cornwall. We stopped here for some tip top fish and chips from a little shop ...
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