Port Campbell Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Australia Day in Australia is quite the celebration. I have never seen the boys as happy as they were this day (imagine children on Christmas Eve and you'll be along the right lines). We had bought inflatable thongs (flip flops for those outside of oz) on route to Phillip Island. We relaxed and sunbathed and floated at the beach in Cowes until dinner time where we had fish and chips. Josie and I both ordered flake without realising this was shark... I guess I now ...
... side of the Great Ocean Road , visiting the amazing natural attractions as well as, some of the local dairy farms in the region. The visit to the chocolate factory was big hit with the boys.
The Great Ocean Road is more spectacular and surprising than I ever imagined . We are thoroughly enjoying our time here (apart from the unpredictable Victorian weather!). I can't wait to see what is around the next bend.
... there was an arch over the water. We took pictures and read signs about the natural forces that create the arch.
The major tourist attraction on the Great Ocean road is the rock formations called the "12 Apostles". They are vertical rock formations that are left standing after all of the rest of the limestone connecting it to land is worn away by the waves.
We encountered the most tourists we had seen in one place as we worked our way up the ...
We have had a fabulous few days in South Australia, Wednesday was a fairly lazy day exploring the Meadows area, where Pip and Steve live....this did not take long! But we did meet Susie, who we had met on fri night and she invited us up to her farm for a drink and to talk with her husband Rob and hear his conspiracy theory about the missing plane! Rob used to be a flying doctor pilot and he thought it was ...
... it again, I contacted the thief (hereby referred to as "the moron") and posed as a buyer. I managed, through many conversations to convince him that I definitely wanted the bike (MY bike) and convinced him that I would come that evening at 6pm to collect it and pay him, I then contacted the police and told them what I had done. They were very happy that I had done their job for them!! The moron wouldn't give me the address to come to until I was leaving ...