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... mind our bodies are all over the shop now anyway. Yay, we landed in Melbourne!! We made it! We were home safely and we had a fabulous adventure! We grabbed our bags, found the car and headed to Geelong. Arrived home about 10:30pm and were greeted by our two little fluffy kids! They had been on there own for the last two nights so they were very happy to see us indeed, and us them :). We headed to bed around midnight and were up at 5am, gotta love the ...
... but it was raining, and most unpleasant so we were both more than happy to cut our time there short.
At Portarlington and Queenscliff we have wandered around light houses, and here we have seen ships emerge from the fog (with fog horns during the night).
Tomorrow-on the Spirit to Devonport. definitely ready to be home. Guess the garden will be in need of TLC, family and friends to catch up with, and lots of sewing/printing/weaving projects in ...
... over looking the ocean. Fabulous architecture. Apparently it has been on the television here. Might be Grand Designs??!
Lorne really was a lovely town and David and I fell in love with it.Teddy's lookout and the Erskine Falls are here and are exceptional. It was wildlife day today and we managed to see a seal off the Jetty. A Koala on our drive to Teddy's lookout. Keep your eyes peeled! And back near the camp a golf course full ...
An early start to the day, goodbyes to new friends, about 1200 kms south into a new state but man it was worth it. We woke this morning at 0600hrs, Matt packed up the car while Denise made lunches and packed the rest of food for the next four days. Ron and Jan stopped by around 0650hrs to say goodbye and wish us a safe drive south. Truly great people. We were on the road by 0700hrs, leaving Sydney was easy peasy on a Sunday morning. Zero traffic! We where out of the city within the ...
... the Great Ocean Road and took some pictures, we drove through a little town called Lorne, then stopped at a place called Kennet river where we went for a walk and spotted wild koalas in the eucalyptus trees, they where soo high up and quite hard to spot then when we was driving out we saw some lower in the trees but didn't manage to get pictures of them. We carried on down the coast and stopped at a place ...