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... birds we avoided the second of these two options but loved seeing the koalas in their natural habitat.
It was then off to Apollo bay where after a short hike at Baits Rest we moved onto the 12 Apostles. These are huge limestone outcrops and are magnificent to behold however they are extremely popular tourist attractions and if you just push past these you get to the Arch, London Bridge and the Grotto which are superb in their own right with far less ...
... be leaving the city for the next two days. Having rented a car, we planned to drive part of the Great Ocean Road, with the aim of reaching the 12 Apostles. Thus after an early wake up and pick up of our highly questionable rental car we were on the road and in sight of the Tasman sea by lunch time. With our infuriating inability to upload pictures somewhat restrictive of the quality of this blog, it is perhaps a good thing that no one sees pictures of the ...
... can ever fly with. It has free movies that you can watch. I watched "22 Jump St", it's a hilarious movie. I also watched "Blended", it was funny too. Then I slept the rest of the way and there was lovely food and dessert.
then when we arrived in Melbourne we got out and we saw two race horses that we got to tach and then my granddad and my grand mum
... Meeniyan, to spend the day with another cousin. Lots of introductions and catching up. Also introduced to lots of wildlife. Now I believe I'm in Australia! Mrs Koala and baby, plus kangaroos. Friday October 3rd. Another great day. Last day in Victoria. Into the Dandenong hills. Stunning scenery. Called at Sassafras, lovely little town with teapot shop. Up to observation point. (2069') great views. On ...
A land of sweeping plains,
Of ragged mountain ranges,
Of droughts and flooding rains.
I love her far horizons,
I love her jewel-sea,
Her beauty and her terror -
The wide brown land for me!
We saw all of this. Went through places that have been in drought for years, and other places where rain had literally just washed out beaches and roads. I never tired of ...