Torquay Tropicana Motel
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... quintessential “GOR coastline vista,” but a few
times the sun peeked out and the view opened up and morphed into a
We drove through little Anglsea and
into even smaller Airey's Inlet. The main attraction is the Split
Point Lighthouse. We drove down Inlet Crescent to the wee delta that
Painkalac Creek turns into as it meets the salty sea. Jas and I
parted ways for a bit as she ate her lunch. I crossed the ...
... a divided circle logo on the ground, etc.
As a start to our day, we drove to
Geelong (pronounced 'gih-long'), a bustling tourist summer town. But
now, in winter, it is fairly dead. The only people out on the street
bordering the lovely pier and park were a smattering of young mums
and friends meeting for breakfast. Before our meal, we went to
Cunningham Pier, which was topped with the special events location
The Pier and the restaurant ...
... it was still the Gold Rush within that period of Australian History. The drive out there was slightly annoying as we drove onto a toll road and rang up and paid the $16.50 fee in order to avoid a 'hefty fine'. However we eventually arrived in Ballarat and when we pulled up into Sovereign Hill, we were directed onto the grass parking as it seemed everyone in Victoria had the same idea as us.
We got inside and were immediately impressed with the effort and ...
... bathrooms while he's gone.
After he leaves I notice oil on the garage floor, and not the few drips of oil that you would not be concerned about, but big blobs of the stuff.
Now, we have already had a few dramas with this car - a secondhand Toyota Prado - but we thought we had it all sorted out.
Off Kevin rushes to our saviour (the local Torquay mechanic, the one who discovered our ...
... a shower and putting on our new clothes we headed to Felicitys house feeling at least a little bit more respectable. We arrived in Melbourne two hours after we set off from Wonthaggi and met Felicity and her two boys, Jensen and Will. They are a lovely family and we had a cup of tea with them and chatted before leaving them too it. We head back there again on Wednesday which is when Jessie will ...