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... a higher branch and fell straight to sleep. We enjoyed time on the beautiful sandy Apollo beach. Here we enjoyed a stir fry meal sat on the sand followed by a gentle stroll along the beach before heading to the nearby inland rainforest to enjoy the greenery. Rach was glad no spiders or snakes were spotted here to Nathan's disappointment and teasing. It was a beautiful drive along the Great Ocean Road. We stopped at spectacular sights along the ...
... nothing is older that the mid 1800s. We even have a four poster bed...not had one of them since our honeymoon!.....hope it's more comfortable! We spent the night in,drinking the wine and eating the chocs that the cottage owner left for us and playing a game of curling on Davids phone.... dont tell me we don't know how to enjoy ourselves! We are now in Victoria and have lost 1/2 hour time difference...very ...
... 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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