Mid City Motel Warrnambool
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It has been an amazing few weekends of exploring around Victoria. Now that Lachlan is done school, we can have a bit of a life together again!
The first weekend we took a day and drove to a little town called Torquay down the coast. It was a chilly, windy day, but it was fun. We basically just walked along the beach, watched the surfers from the local surf school, and had lunch. It was a nice little town for a visit, but I would not be in ...
... from the trees around here, I woke up with a massive headache, but dear Keith hit the chemist and came back with some new panadol out for sinus relief, which I think has eased it a bit. We headed off to Warrnambool to catch up with Cheryl and Joe who have a beautiful property in Grassmere, had lunch then went for a walk around the property and fed the sheep who were very friendly it was a great day, plus the weather was 24 degrees, back home had dinner ...
... doos on the bikes.
We walked along the break wall, saw Penguin Island - you are no longer allowed to walk across to it, saw the old site of the aquarium - now filled in, Flagstaff Hill, Thunder Point and the city of Warrnambool.
We all love cheese, especially the Great Ocean Road cheese, so we visited Cheese Works - the Warrnambool Diary. They had a ...
... of the Twelve Apostles. Then on the the Twelve Apostles site itself. It was jammed with tourists, but very very scenic.
We stopped at a few more lookoffs, but then decided to press on to our B&B since it was getting late. After checking in we drove on to Allansford where we had supper. On the way back to the B&B the GPS took us down some back roads where there is one single paved lane. This wasn't a one way road, just one that was ...
... were actually awake and moving. Denise really wanted to take one home. Once out of the park, we drove along the coast until we reached the "Gibson Steps" which is the basically the beginning of the 12 Apostles. Denise walked down all the steps and took in the beach and the gorgeous cliffs that hung above. Truly amazing! Once we cleared the Gibson Steps, we skipped the 12 Apostles view because of the many buses that had just pulled in ...