Quality Inn Presidential
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Travel Blogs from Mount Gambier
... of the boys in the army convoy.
Karen - the brass monkey who speaks no evil - eventually got my voice back so I could talk plenty and laugh just sometimes said and did some stupid things. My excuse is high on ventlolin.
We travelled a total of 9,805 kilometres. We traversed this great country of ours from south to north and return. All I can say is that we are very privileged to live in a ...
... in the area some other time too.
Another walk to the Valley lake this time also beautiful and green! The conservation area is a must and so many roos, koalas birds. You'd think you'd get sick of it but no!
We also headed out very late 8.00pm to watch a light show! We are usually in bed at this ungodly hour!! Wandered to the gardens again to see the friendly possums coming out of their hiding to feed.
Tomorrow we head to ...
... meters in places. This is an extinct volcano with evidence of of lava flow and changes in rock formation caused by heat and steam. We walk up to the lookout and around the crater rim, fantastic views of the area.
The walk up was very steep and after the lookout a bit unkept and narrow but well worth the struggle up and around.
this is part of the lime stone caves under ...
... bit of paradise. We went down one road and almost got badly stuck at the bottom and had very little room to turn around. It was rather hairy!! Really not great for my blood pressure! After that we decided to drop my motorbike off the back of the ute and for jared to ride that in front of us to check out tracks etc and me to drive the ute and the van. That's all fine but up until now I had not driven with the van on the back so not only was my blood ...
Mount Gambier Another early morning and we were on the road again! We didn't have much on our agenda today but decided that when we seen a tourism sign we would just go and check out what was there. A few viewpoints and we arrived at the crags. Loved it here, one of my favourite parts of the Great Ocean Road! The water was so blue crashing up against the rocks, we were pretty much alone there and took a ...