Port Campbell Motor Inn
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... the twelve apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and London Bridge. It was a drive of a lifetime! Daniel the tour guide was a comedian keeping us highly entertained throughout the journey playing the most random of songs, ending with Go West theme tune. After our 10 hour drive we turned round and headed back to Melbourne. The journey in total took 14 hours by the time everyone had been dropped off at their hotels. We were now shattered and sleep was upon us, ...
... from Melbourne, backpackers and locals alike. We had been looking forward to this journey from the very start of our trip, so with expectations high we hit the road.
We decided to head out of Melbourne and spend the night in Torquay in preparation for the trip, whilst 243 kilometers is a normal distance for us to drive in a day we decided to break it up to stay a few nights along the way and really make the most of the journey. With La Toya bathed and looking ...
... 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 ...
... Apostles. After a short walk and yet another snake warning – love the eyes on the sign! – we arrive at the tourist site and notice it is still a little too early for the perfect light conditions. We’ve had the perfect weather so far, warm 28 degrees and sunshine. But the large waves leave a sort of fog everywhere.
We all enjoy the burning sunshine and the breathtaking view. At the far end of the walking path, Andy spots people down ...