Travel Blogs from Warrnambool
... Lake Pertrobe and along the foreshore
about 5 nearly 6 km.
Along the coastline where next month Southern Right whales will come
to give birth. Our caravan park is just sand dunes away from the
beach, we sleep with the sound of waves, it has parts good and safe
for swimming , but it a little bit too cold for that.
We ride to Thunder point past Middle island , home to sea birds like
Shearwater, Black ...
... I'm sure. Managed to have a lovely relaxing day in Sorrento too, a bit of retail therapy (great shoe shop Lauren), coffee, sightseeing etc. Such a pretty area to stay, I now know why it is so popular with Melbournians. The size of some of the 'weekenders' left our home for dead. We decided to catch the car ferry from Sorrento to Queenscliff so booked the 8am early bird special crossing. This made for our first pack up in the dark, which we weren't looking forward to, ...
... and sober it was a bit much for us so we headed back to the tents to pick up beers and sit off on the beach. We arrived at the beach for the most beautiful sunset and once it fell dark, the sky was so clear and full with so many stars!
The next day there was a triathlon going on in Warrnambool so we had to wait a while for the roads to reopen. We headed off around 11 to make our way down Great Ocean Road where our first stop was Logan's Beach where ...
... parts. It was quite chilly, so I did this all wearing my rain jacket. This came in useful when I eventually started raining, at 9 am. The ride started with a big descent. I guess I was getting something back for the climbing I'd done last night. It was actually quite cold, as I was going fast, and there was a bit of rain in the air. Soon enough, I was back to yesterday's routine of climbing and descending tree lined roads. I even saw a few more bright red parrots. ...
... be on a particular part of your face there's no stopping it. Swat away all you like, with as much vigour and as much frustration-fuelled vulgarity as you can muster, but that fly will get its way, unless you outrun the little *******. And when you consider that there isn't just one fly, there are several, each with a part of your body they want to suck moisture from, and you quickly realise that you have your work cut out. Taking telephoto shots of Koalas in trees, trying to keep ...
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