Ocean Lodge Motel & Apartments
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... it from the cliffs, you have an uninterrupted view out to sea*... and, of course, of the surfers.
You can really catch some big wave here; particularly at Bells Beach. And no we didn't try it. I took one look at the waves mercilessly battering a poor guy in the surf and decided it was Pros only. That being said, I think he was rather enjoying being repeatedly sucked under the swell -- although I can ...
... different from his assurances!
We stayed at the Lorne Baths until it closed and after a lovely warm shower and some dry clothes, their tummies started calling. So, whilst waiting for dinner, they finished their school work for the day, filled up their tanks and felt quite contented! It was a great day in a gorgeous little place, I will definitely be back to Lorne some time if the opportunity arises.
The next day we did schoolwork again and ...
... deer – although one
decided he was having it all and started nipping the other when he came for
some – err – time to leave!! I didn’t think
it wise to get into the pen with the wallabies as one of them was having saucy
thoughts of the female – as my photo will show!! I didn’t want to be a gooseberry! All in all, it was a very enjoyable day,
finished off with a bottle of wine with Jan and Barry.
... Port Campbell Holiday Park. It would of cost $51.00 to camp. It cools down pretty good at night when the sun sets, but is very hot during the day. Not complaining, just stating a fact. LOL
MONDAY JAN 13TH
OMG what an excellent start to the day. This is the first time I have ever been in a helicopter. Tom took some pictures and some video, I rode in the front seat by the pilot and didn't want to miss anything taking pictures. ...
... a couple of snaps and got back in to the car pronto. Garry wanted to be able to say he had driven the great ocean road too so he drove back to Lorne and it was great to see the road from both ways. We parked up at the seafront carpark back in Lorne and started to sort out the car as we would be giving it back tomorrow. We had one last walk on an Australian beach and walked to the supermarket to pick up something for dinner and then headed back to camp where ...