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... me that a High is coming through this week, so I may get to pack the polar fleece away soon.Loch Ard's demise and the miraculous survival of just two passengers, Tom Pearce and Eva Carmichael - AND if we give them more money, we will get a 2 course dinner beforehand! How could we resist?!!! I was quite excited as I thought I would take lots of photos to put in this blog, but unfortunately there is a copyright on the Show, so all photography was ...
... bridge, loch ard Gorge and all the rest. I'll upload pics when I can.
We also did a bit of exploring around Warrnambul, driving south to port Fairy, a lovely coastal town which has some beautiful real estate. We drove out to the falls just out of town also, and also took the time to have the first service and some minor warranty work completed on the van.
A must do in town which we did is to visit ...
We are in Warrnambool. It is my birthday. We got to see a wild kangaroo at the park. (Tower Hill Reserve) There was also a joey with the mommy kangaroo. We got to see one koala and an emu with 3 babies.
I got an i-pod touch for my birthday. I went on a flying fox for the first time today. I loved ...
... during the last 10 kms which was entirely uphill. Who builds a town on top of a hill? Maybe I should have paid a little more attention to the name - Lavers Hill! Anyway, after finding my brekky shop in the form of the local Hotel at 4:00pm, I had a great meal and a few rums. After this it was time to return to my night's camp at the rear of the hotel and apologise profusely to Nelson and Bob.
It's a glorious sunny day for our full day tour of the Great Ocean Road. Warren & Pam and Rob & Mary joined about a 8 other tourists on a van for a guided tour. The road is a spectacular highway running 151 miles long, along the rugged coast west of Melbourne. The road had been proposed for several years, but really picked up speed after the WWI. The road was built by hand by former soldiers returning from the War and looking for work. It was a phenomenal ...