Mid City Motel Warrnambool
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... br> We are here to see Australia's only mainland colony of Aust. Gannets.
The Gannets feed on small ocean fish, like pilchards. They dive into
the sea and a school of fish, wings folded back. We get some photos
but it a cloudy wet day.
Just outside of Portland is a free Fauna park we stopped to see .
This has white not albino kangaroos. They are a white western
kangaroo, and here they are protected by ...
... scenery. No wonder there we're so many shipwrecks along that coastline. Dennis and Jenni parted after the 12 Apostles at Warnambool to head home after two weeks travelling with us. We enjoyed their company and had some great fun times together. Ian and I played golf at Warnambool, a beautiful coastal course before heading north to the Grampians, but that will be another chapter ... Do hope all is good with you at home .... Would love some home news when you have time .... Ian and ...
... to a famous lighthouse where 'Round the Twist' was filmed but didn't bother going to it as they were charging 20 bucks each even to just have a look at it. It was worth driving to though as we saw loads more koalas in the trees along the way! We stayed that night in the town of Lorne. Once again, it wasn't easy to find a place to stay and were sent on a bit of a mission into the bush. After an hour or so of driving around went back to a campsite in the town ...
... mat all day, and risked eating some rum and raisin chocolate, which I'd been saving for a special occasion. Thankfully, there were no ill effects! So it looked like I would not be triumphantly riding up to the gate of Adelaide Oval having ridden like a demon for a few days, which is how I'd been hoping to finish my trip. I probably wouldn't even get to the Grampian Ranges either, which was a massive shame. At least I felt like I was on the mend. I'd definitely ...
... side of the road and a bunch of people standing in the road pointing cameras upwards. Being nosey types, and not wanting to miss a trick, we stopped too and left the car to investigate what they were up to. After half a minute or so we understood: There was a KOALA in a tree! After a few snaps of our own we noticed a second. Then a third. Then a fourth, a fifth, a sixth .... By the end we reckon there were something like twenty Koala bears in the tees around us. What a find. A ...