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... the TV remote just before bed to find that instructions had even been taped to its behind! I hope that I can summon a reasonably clear impression in your mind when describing a beautiful vista or wild animal, but it would be impossible to do these signs justice so I urge you to see for yourself on the pictures.
Signs or no signs, Peter and Joan were genuinely welcoming hosts and did us the favour of recommending Kennett River as a good stop-off to ...
... walk from the beach so we spent some time that night walking the beach, watching the massive waves and admiring the sunset.
Road Trip Day 5:
We all got up pretty early and headed out after a quick breakfast. Our first stop was the Twelve Apostles Marine National Park which used to have 12 pillars of rock along the coast, but now we think there are only 8 or so left after the others collapsed. Next was the arch lookout and the ...
... with our luck, we hopped back into Ethal and made our way a little further down the GOR to where a couple of signposts indicated two campsites near the mouth of the Aire River. Driving down a road really only meant for 4x4s, we found ourselves at a lovely little camping ground, not too busy, clean and with little tables to eat at. Equipped only with drop toilets and no running water, it was basic, but free and more than adequate for our needs. After an hour ...
G'day Australia! We were really excited to finally arrive in Melbourne, start our Christmas celebrations, catch up with my old housemate Renee and start the countdown to seeing our Sydney-based buddies Chris and Michaela for the New Year. After a brief lesson in Hook Turns, courtesy of Renee on the way home from the airport (turning right in Melbourne is pretty stressful. Apparently they're not good ambi-turners so they made up a ...
... by our luck in spotting 3 different koalas high amongst the canopy. We arrived in Apollo Bay and checked into the YHA Apollo Eco lodge hostel. A beautiful, forward thinking, responsible Eco hostel equipped with solar power generation, rain water collection and an impressive herb garden with the largest rosemary shrub we have ever seen - taller than Tiffany (amazing how your garden can grow if you never have cold temperatures, frost or snow!). Slowly acclimatizing to ...