Port Campbell Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... nicely and we settled ourselves in with our home cooked dinner and watched a great film on dvd called The Untouchables (the french one)
We went for a walk to
see a waterfall this morning that was recommended ,this wa s through very heavily ferned woods with huge eucalyptus trees .before rejoining the Great Ocean Road.From here it was mostly huge sandy beautiful beaches very popular with the surfing crowds and being Sunday there were quite a few out. ...
One of the world's most spectacular drives, The Great Ocean Road is 151 miles long and winding along spectacular cliffs, beautiful beaches and lots of small beach towns. It was great to drive into a town, find lunch or dinner and walk the beaches. There were several areas somewhat inland that were pretty boring, but the great views: The Twelve Apostles, Hyams Beach, Apollo Bay, Warrnambool cliff walk, more than made up for those miles! ...
... my next destination was Port Campbell. The drive was nice and after taking care of some laundry, having a shower that resulted in a pool of mud and dinner followed by photos, a much-needed sleep was in order.
The following day involved a quick surf check, as there is a really good break at the entrance of the Harbor but yesterday's gale force winds caused the conditions to be less than desirable. You could see the potential of this place ... too bad it wasn't on.
... gorge. Moving on, we weren't sure today could get any better. We finished up what has literally been an amazing day by watching the sunset at the twelve apostles. A cluster of gigantic individual limestone stacks that sits just off the shore! Once again some of the most picturesque views we have ever seen! These places need to be seen to be believed. Just incredible. Headed back to base just after 9, long journey home, had a little snooze on the bus! Thanks Doug. 12:30am ...
... of days?! I woke up again and it was now dark - probably 11 pm or so. Thankfully I was feeling quite a bit better now. Maybe, just maybe, I'd be able to ride onwards tomorrow. It was only 60 miles or so to the nearest train station on the Melbourne-Adelaide line by my reckoning, and I had two days to do it in at worst. Of course I had no idea about train times and ticket prices but that was just detail! I was still freezing and uncomfortable from lying on a ...