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... is mined in Australia for steel.
At last we reached the Twelve Apostles. The most stunningly beautiful view imaginable. The limestone rocks stand up in the sea and have been given different names - Twelve Apostles are the most famous but others are The Grotto, London Bridge and The Arch. The formation is constantly changing due to the sea pounding on the rocks. Last time we were here we took a helicopter fighter over them, which is a definite must.
... so they were good. Though I managed to pick the faulty shower that sprayed off in the direction of my shoes when I turned it on!
Went to make food, as we were walking there were a bunch of kangaroos around a picnic table, they scarpered quick.
Had a Pot noodle and sandwich for tea, then lots of milkshakes. Charged the laptops whilst we were there and sorted out photos off the cameras.
Headed back to the tent and watched some stuff on my laptop.
... an environmentally sustainable farm, and again came away with some of the fine cheeses to be consumed at a later date. In the garden surrounding the cheese farm were many garden statues, including on top of the large water tank, a replica of the Lock Ness Monster.( see photo ). Our last call was at the tiny town of Timboon and the Railway Shed Distillery. Tried the tasters but not whiskey drinkers, so was not impressed, but did find our ...
... another phone call from the police as they were arresting him to give more information (I could hear him screaming in the background) and then later, I had the pleasure of a phone call directly from the moron! But, eventually I had a call from the police to say they had my bike!! Score = one me, moron.....NONE!!! And, I could now get on with my holiday with peace of mind. In the meantime, between phone calls with the police and the moron, I had phoned ...
... centre and wooden walkway to follow to get the best views of the apostles. Despite the numerous signs to stay on the path and not to climb onto the cliffs there were apparently a fair few illiterate or just plain ignorant tourists ignoring them in search of a better view!!
After a daytime visit to the apostles we headed over to see our friends Lyn & Geoff for coffee and biscuits and a catch up before returning to see the apostles with the day light fading ...
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