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Over the past few days we have walked, cycled and driven most of Melbourne and really enjoyed everything here. A buzzing city with much to enjoy. Our Great Ocean Road trip gave us the added bonus of seeing Koalas in the roadside trees. So cute and better than seeing them in a zoo. Returning to Melbourne via the Otway National Park we stopped off at …
First day on the bikes we walked down from our hotel to pick them up with more than a little anticipation! A Road King for my dad and a Heritage Softail for me after the bike I was planning to use was damaged. The guys at Grants were really cool and got us underway with minimal fuss.
We got off to a rocky start; dad had issues with his …
... It wasn't - but they suggested trying the post office a little down the road. I was a bit skeptical about this, but had a look anyway. To my amazement, they actually had a battery powered AM radio - exactly what I needed! and only for $13!! "Everyone wants the to listen to the cricket at Christmas, that's why we stock them" the receptionist said. I certainly felt like Christmas had come early! I got riding again, with renewed vigour. Perhaps the longer lunch break had ...
Drove out to Barwon Heads then down to Torquay for a look at surf beaches, surf shops, skate parks and packed cafés. Very busy down the road. Lorne looked great but very busy and intense. Relieved to see that the big 4 in Apollo Bay still had vacancies. After dodging the waves for a bit and getting wet shoes I told the boys to strip to their bonds and go for it. Then back to the cabin for a ...