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... people reading from the actual diaries of people from the ship, Loch Ard. Then the screen lifted up and we were looking at a large man made lake with all the village buildings surrounding it, and the story was continued with the laser lights, rain, wind and as the laser light ship was getting tossed around in the laser-sea, our wooden benches started rocking wildly too!!!! All this was happening only a couple of feet in front of us and the fog, misty rain ...
... why. We also saw real koalas in their natural habitat as we drove which was pretty cool. Next was the famous 12 Apostles, of course there were a few less than the original twelve but still spectacular. It was really cold and we got totally soaked as a rain storm came in as we were out on the coast. The rest of the afternoon was dodging the showers and we raced out from the car park to the coast attraction and back before the next ...
... the second half of the drive less breathtaking than the first, although to be fair we did rush through it. The last leg west of the twelve apostles was the best part of today's drive. As we will be based in warnambool for some time, we will take some time to drive the 50km back to take a more detailed look at the scenes.
As Cath has got a bit of work here in town, we will be staying for approximately 10 ...
... being Sunday morning, so we went to the point and watched the surfers. Some of the waves here were massive. It was scary just watching them.
To save some time, we drove back along the highway in land. We stopped in a little town for lunch and watched some of the local cricket clubs game. It was sort of how I would picture baseball in small town USA.
We could not have asked for better weather all weekend. I had huge expectations ...
... reserve. Yet another dormant volcano. The reserve is set within it's crater. It has a few large lakes and several hills. We climbed the summit first, to get a good look out over the area. It was steep in places, steeper than we have encountered for a while. It certainly stretched our calf muscles! At the top of the summit there's a few benches set in a circle. We sat down for a breather. It was only when I stood up that Kirsty noticed ants.. I had sat on an ant nest. ...