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... made a delicious soup for dinner enjoyed by all and I finished off the left over chicken and salad. Leigh had to leave early to head for home to prepare for golf and tennis today Sad to see him go. He is a right friendly guy I reckon and very generous with his time and knowledge and helped us to enjoy our trip even more. Thank you Leigh and Sandi. We have hopes they will join Helen and Al when they visit us in Canada. Another evening of laughter, puzzles and ...
... to get dried out and continue on down the road. Shortly after, we pulled off at the St. George river to have some lunch and use our new stainless steel plates and cutlery (great idea, Carrie!). We stopped at Apollo Bay to view some beautiful wooden carvings and enjoy a few minutes of sea air and take a much needed break from the winding roads. From there, it was straight on to the famous 12 Apostles monoliths. ...
... and 2 Cloves Chopped Garlic and cook until soft and transparent (not coloured). Stir in 1.8kg of Butternut Pumpkin (seeded and cut into chunks) and 1/2 teaspoon of Cumin Seeds and cook for a minute and until fragrant. Add 500ml unsalted Chicken Stock and 2 cups of ...
... sack filled with cheap wine which is found within a cardboard box. Drunk by youths in Australia due to its low costs. -- If by youth they also mean students and travellers, then they are on point with the description. We thought we would be economical and give goon a go, but after only 5 short days I will likely not drink it again on this trip. On our last day in Lorne we rented a car and drove the Great Ocean Road, which is similar to Highway 1 in ...
... can drive much faster on the ocean road, which is essential because it is definitely longer than 46 miles. Only half of the drive is along coastline, and a lot of the drive is through farmland. The ocean road also has large parking lots at all the sites, so you don’t have the dangers of trying to park on tiny pull outs on the side of the Hana road. There are also lots of small towns with bathrooms.
We also made a stop at a spot we were ...