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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 …
There are constant reminders about how much space Australians are been blessed with in Victoria. Step outside Melbourne and very little is built beyond a single storey; why bother, when you can build out instead of up? Travelling on wide roads and four-landed freeways makes driving simple, especially as there's not much traffic on the roads. …
Every town has a bakery and we have got into the habit of having a pie for breakfast. May not be the healthiest start to the day, but a warm friendly bakery makes up for that. In finding the bakery we saw the 'port' of Port Campbell. I must say it was rather small for my liking and looked to be very exposed to the sea, but the blurb on the stone said it was well used and given this part of the coastline is known as the Shipwreck Coast, I suppose any respite is good. For us ...
... Queenscliff and the Geelong region. As we travelled, the weather slowly improved and by the time we got to the ferry terminal, the weather had cleared to a fine and sunny day. This is the reason that Melbourne can have four seasons on one day and over the years, this hasn't changed. It is possible to get to Geelong around the western side of the bay, however, we chose the ferry across the entrance into Port Phillip Bay from Base Strait known as the Heads. Firstly, we ...