Mid City Motel Warrnambool
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to build their homes and townships. The first settlers were also drawn by the abundant water and fertile volcanic soil'. This is were we are to stay today, in the visitors carpark to the Hopkins Falls at Wangoom. We left Mount Gambier and took the road going SE and headed to the coast line. Just before the town of Nelson we crossed the border and are now back in Victoria. We stop at the tip of Nelson Bay, at ...
... of the day. I drove out to the edge of town to the historic cemetery and wandered the graveyard looking at the beautiful old headstones and iron lace. Took photos and enjoyed the peace and quiet. Took the ocean road back to town and watched a couple of men kite surfing. The wind was so strong they were scudding over the waves at incredible speed. One of them would fly up the face of a huge wave and spin, turn and somersault high above the ocean. So jealous of their strength ...
... volcano site called tower hill, which has an animal reserve in the volcano crater :) we only saw wild emus, no koalas or kangaroos, but it was still beautiful.. And a little bit spooky...! After this, we drove to Port Campbell, and had a lovely BBQ dinner :) delicious! Up early tomorrow to go to Apollo Bay ...
... out to the beach – and, after passing some of the public BBQ areas, can confirm that Aussies (or some at least) genuinely do barbeque on Christmas day! The beach was quiet but not empty, with a couple of dozen folks enjoying the sun and water. We hiked a trail along the coast, looking down on the absolutely beautiful, rugged coastline, then headed back to the hotel. The afternoon was a few beers round the ...
... saw a sort of small dam/rock line running through the water, and decided I'd probably be able to wheel the bike over that. Retrospectively perhaps not so clever, but at least I had the presence of mind to leave the handlebar bag containing my iPad and other electricals on the bank whilst I took the bike over. I managed not to fall over, but now had soaking wet feet, socks and trainers. I was just about to start riding, when I felt a wave of sickness come over me. Then - ...