Twelve Apostles Motel & Country Retreat
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... doing the GOR, and wouldn't mind if I joined them for this trip.
It was good fun in this bus, we stopped at many view points and beaches. When we stopped in Lorne I was sure that I would spend the night with them, so I bought a carton of ciders, so we would have a drink for on the road.
We made our way to Appolo Bay where we got to a caravan park. The manager did not quite know what to do with such a big ...
... is more traffic – maybe also redolent of home. We also pass through a large area of forested land where there are pine plantations; this area has paper mills.
We make what feels like a long recommended detour onto Cape Bridgewater, where there are blowholes, a “petrified forest” and a wind farm. We pass a lot of people bodyboarding (in wet suits) and apparently there are seals here. The Southern Ocean crashing onto the Cape does make some amazing ...
... me, of course). I can only hope the next 10 days in New Zealand is half as good as the last 13 in the Land Down Under.
This morning we began our second and final day on the Great Ocean Road from Apollo Bay. Our first stop was Maits Rest which had the thickest walk through the rainforest that we’ve been on yet and some of the best scenery to take in. We then drove to Johanna Beach where we took some time out to walk along the Great ...
... What he didn't tell us was that they were about 100 metres away and simply looked like a big cat had coughed up a hair ball in the tree. Koalas are lazy. Lazy and stupid. They eat poisonous leaves and then have to sleep for 18 hours a day because they're diet is so, so bad. When we got up to where Barry, our tour guide from Oxford, he'd located a Koala that was making a racket. The male koala seemed to have cornered a female koala and was roaring at her. I ...
VALENTINE'S DAY. How romantic. Although, not for me to be honest. But I can’t complain, I had an awesome day! My Teepee Tour was about to kick off. Andrew (one of the guides) picked me up at the hostel I was staying. Together with a bunch of others we hit the road and drove to Torquay (beautiful surfspot). Let me introduce 'the others’: Josh a young and fresh British bloke and Elize & Linda from…. Tatatatatata ...