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... in the back giggling! The hostel we stayed at in Port Campbell was really lovely... until 5 in the morning when my lower bunk roomie decided to snore so loud he woke the town up! Everyone in the room was wide awake & so annoyed- I decided to shake the bunk violently until he shut up. Next day we carried on our road trip (without out hitchhiker, and all still in one piece) and then I said a sad goodbye to the girls and headed off to Cairns alone. After a 7 hour wait at the ...
... as we had all four been cooped up in the car together for a day and a half, that wasn't a good thing. So we stopped at the next restaurant at the side of the road that we found in Laren Hill. It didn't seem very highly trafficked and we felt a bit like we had interrupted the girl's 8 hour lunch break, but we ordered burgers and fries for takeaway. They were actually pretty large and decent tasting, and we ate in the car as we drove. Peace and good nature ...
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 ...
... next year. Time to move on now on our next stage. We are driving to Melbourne about 1000k and taking in the Great Ocean Road along the way. One of the top must do drives. Our first day probably had the largest amount of miles to cover but the most interesting scenery, from the amazing vineyards at Langhorne creek, taking the Free ferry at Wellington and then driving along the Princes Hivghway along ...
... as nails, who knows everything about every break in the area and simply rips at an age where most guys have thrown in the towel. The Guru suggested a spot that I promised would remain unnamed.
After an hour drive, down a four-wheel, rutted out road, we arrived at a trail head. We hiked down to the look out...hoping, wishing, praying...and YES!!!! OH HELL YES! OH HELL F-ING YES!!! A perfectly peeling left hand point/reef break, no wind, about 6ft or so....and not a soul ...
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