Lorne Coachman Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Took our time this am getting started. I think we all needed some down time. I think this was the morning we saw the birds on the deck that I described in yesterday's blog. But oh well it happened no matter what morning it was! Leigh did some maintenance work, Al read, Dave did sudoku and I spent some time on the deck enjoying the view, the sun and I think the birds! Helen and Sandi enjoyed some sister time. Around 10 Leigh took Al and Dave on an 8 ...
... out of your hand (kanagaroo food available for purchase at the door) - they are so adorable! And even more adorable are the Koala Bears, which we arrived just in time for the educational talk about them and be able to touch them (very dense fur but soft). We also learned about wombats and got to pet them (coarser hair), as well as learning about Tasmanian Devils (didn't pet them!). The Tasmanian Devil talk was right at ...
... It was so much fun and it was also my first time hooping in the dark! (my hoop glows!!) The highlight of the night was when I pulled out the pack of GIANT marshmallows my host mum got me to make S'mores! All the other Americans got super excited and we were all really happy to share the goodness of S'mores with those who had never had one! I was finally able to find Hershey's chocolate but unable to find Ghram crackers even after searching ...
... to Seeker Lover Keeper, suddenly she shuffled to Tool and things then became a great deal faster! Finally I get to use the sides of my tyres. The $111 mystery hotel I booked online this morning turned out to be a ripper! Staying at the Mantra in Lorne which is right on the beach. Doing it tough right now laying on my king size bed... Plans for tomorrow? Hmmm not sure yet. I'm definitely riding back along the Great Ocean Road. After that I'm not sure yet. Good way to be ...
... night in Apollo Bay. The wind was absolutely howling and the rain continued into the evening and through the night. We ran a load of laundry to wash and dry our damp clothes as we cooked a tasty meal of steak, mushrooms with balsamic reduction, garlic bread, asparagus, and rice. It was a really good hearty meal that had become a staple for us in Australia as we could cook all of it on the BBQ. The next morning as we drove towards the lighthouse at Cape Otway we ...