Mid City Motel Warrnambool
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... in this blog, but unfortunately there is a copyright on the Show, so all photography was banned! How annoying! It ends up all we have to show you is the photo of the scotch fillet steak that we both had for dinner!!!! The laser show was amazing - I do wish I could've taken photos. We had a lantern walk down the winding path to the model village where the story unfolded. We were seated in rows on wooden benches and shown an audio visual slide show, ...
... we had bought on the way. It poured and blew all night and woke us up a couple of times in the night. We have become familiar with rain firstly and falling on an iron roof secondly. This morning we got a short beach walk in between showers and had a proper look around Apollo Bay. It is beautiful and perfect for summer camping holiday. First stop was the Cape Otway which has one of Australia's last working lighthouse and seeing the sea ...
So we set off early from wye river, knowing the 150 odd kilometre drive was going to take most of the day. Considering it is mostly windy Oceanside roads, and their are a number of stop offs along the way.
The weather was quite overcast for today's drive, with even patches of showers, just enough to make the windy roads slippery!
We made the stop off at the twelve apostles, and that area is simply beautiful. ...
... over and got photos!
Our first day ended in Warrnambool. It was dark when we arrived. It seems like it was a port town in its peak. It is now a nice little city. We didn't explore much beyond the main road. We got take-away and checked into a nice hotel. We were both exhausted and had a great sleep on the King sized bed.
The next morning, we started the day with a drive to Port Fairy which is the next town along. It was ...
... or birds flying about. Not to worry though, we knew there would be plenty of other opportunities to see them so headed on our way. First port of call as Port Fairy. Famous for importing and exporting Fairies.. Probably. A busy little town though. Had had a wander up and down the high street. No chain stores here, they all seemed to be small businesses. Not much point in us shopping though, our bags at already bulging at the seams! We next stopped at Tower Hill, ...