Lakes Resort Hotel
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... ends another interesting day.
We wake to the cacaphony of many birds. Although wake, the sun is barely up when the birds make the most noise. We turn around once more and re-wake at our normal time of 7:30-ish. A lazy breakfast and then we get ready for our day’s venture. We are going to climb Mount Ohlssen Bagge. Sounds Norwegian, and that is all we know about it. No idea which nordic person passed through here to give his name to this mount.
... in Semaphore and the West Lakes Shopping Centre. Later in the afternoon we enjoyed a walk on the beach which is adjacent to the caravan park. There is also a steam train that operates from behind the caravan park and runs into Semaphore, about a ten minute ride. While on the beach we witnessed a short ceremony that a group of people were having to remember the passing of their pet dog. At the end of the ceremony, they released several black and white balloons ...
... with all of the bells and whistles!! It's easy to see why these towns are popular holiday destinations for families!!! Glenelg was another beautiful seaside town rich in history.
We spent our last day in Adelaide having a much needed rest day after being so busy for the last few days. After a day of playing games in the caravan and spending some time on the beach in the afternoon we felt refreshed and ready to continue our journey to Mount ...
... trip to Goowla, the driving wind and rain pretty much forced us by the fire to carry on watching the world cup. There were nicer days when we could at least take a walk by the sea and go into town, the brazing ocean winds certainly cleared the cobwebs in our heads!
Back in Crafers again nothing much to do other than nip to the library and stock up on travel books and dvd's. We've been reading allot lately about other travels, ideas and philosophies for long ...
... will watch the movie when we are back in Hamburg ;-)
But this was not our last thing at the Great Ocean Road, the last thing was to prepare already for our next spot, Tasmania. As Tasmania is very famouse for huge rainm we had to prepare our Troopy. The engine was in a great condition but unfortunatley the car has also, as all cars some vulberable spots. The rost had already eaten a lot of metal above the rear windows right and left. Therefore we had to use a nice rust ...