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... the big waves. They looked pretty big to me and this was the summer!!!
Next stop was Urquhart Bluff for some pictures and a ramble through the bushes to a picturesque lookout.
After a very tasty lentil burger in Lorne, a pretty beach town we did a hike down to a waterfall and then clambered over rocks along a river for a little walk. Then it was a race back up all the steps to the start of the walk...the legs were ...
... to race another boat back into port. Needless to say, we were all tired. You know what they say; YACHT - you always come home tired.
The day after we were up early once again to go into Melbourne. Jess and I were going to mooch about in the sales whilst Rob and Fiona went and did some important business of theirs. Instead of actually doing much mooching I had a makeover done by a girl at the ILLAMASQUA counter in Myer. It’s a fabulous make-up supplier and ...
... amselartige Vögel, die meistens in einer grösseren Gruppe auftreten und nach Essen betteln, sind auf unserem aktuellen Campingplatz ziemlich zahlreich vorhanden. Normalerweise lungern sie um den Camper herum und machen komische Geräusche – das war's dann. Heute wurde einer mutig und hüpfte gleich in unseren Wagen rein. Als er uns bemerkte, erschrak er offenbar dermassen, dass er gleich auf den Boden kackte und davonflatterte.
Gegen Mittag ...
Hi All :)
Hope you all had a relaxing Easter filled with chocolate - I know I did...
Back to work for my final 3 weeks left at Mowbray, second day back and straight back into the trips.
Today a mini bus load of Year 12's headed down to Torquay which took about an hour and a half, and even though they are 17/18 year olds, they got just as excited as the year 8's :)
... turned reveals something breath taking.
The Bellarine Peninsula is pretty much an extension of the Great Ocean Road but as it is a detour and not on the direct road from Melbourne, I'd say many people (tourists anyway) have missed it.
If anyone followed Seachange on the ABC 15 years or more ago, then they would recognise the town Barwon Heads on the Bellarine Peninsula as Seachange was filmed there.