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Saturday morning I left the hostel early, got a train to Geelong (south from Melbourne). I first did a bit of grocery shopping, and got a small sign (it was the best I could get for that moment). I walked for half an hour without being picked up. While walking I passed an outdoors store, here I got a decent sized piece of cardboard to make a new sign. After another 20 minutes I got a ride halfway to ...
... incident in the dead of night when M took a wrong turning en route to the loo and opened the balcony door – the cool night air and an unexpected view of said lake alerted him to his error before he went over the balcony (and you can read that however you choose – M.)
The road from Robe runs alongside some inland lakes for a while and our first planned stop was Mount Gambier but we are distracted by a "point of interest" marked on the map: the Woakwine ...
... visitors centre. Inside the centre, we were provided with information about some of things we can do in the 12 Apostles area. We decided that we were going to begin our day by doing a 1 km off-shore walk to the different view areas. We visited all of the viewing areas along the walk and took the opportunity to see the 12 apostles in all of their grandeur. We read on an information sign, that the 12 Apostles are not individually named after the apostles ...
... to ingest some Weetabix in one mouthful. It turned out our tour guide was from Oxford, so we were destined for a true Australian experience today. After everyone had been picked up from their respective hotels we headed out over West Gate bridge and down to Anglesea, where we had a much needed tea and I managed to get my hands on one biscuit before they were all demolished by our majority British tour. On the upside, the sun was out and it was nice and ...
We stayed one night in a small city called Mount Gambier, nothing much to see there except for two local heroes called Cameron and Jimmy. Anders played poker with some other locals, but he did not add anything to the travel budget.
The next day we headed towards the great ocean road, which is a 200km long road ending close to Melbourne. We stayed one night at a hostel in a small town called Port Campell, and had a lot of time to enjoy the scenic views.
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