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... with us, and poor Kate had to put up with Paul's silliness, but she handled him like a pro, especially when they started talking about ostriches and emus. Well done, Kate.
We were all pretty tired at the end of the day, but we enjoyed watching a fascinating documentary on kangaroos. The kids crashed pretty quickly after that.
What a day. What a weekend. Life is good.
We hope that you are all well.
... on our way back to the hostel to get the bags. We tried crab and octopus inari which was actually quite lovely. Aaaaahhhh Unagi (salmon skin roll). Then we went to meet Ash and Chloe who were picking us up but we nearly missed them as we were faffing about in the 7-11 and looking at Vespas. Then we stopped at Coles for supplies and realised the cabin has no cooking facilities or pictures of a shower so we are now slightly ...
... drive on the left in Australia' ( wouldn't you need to have worked this out before you reached to the Great Ocean Road?) there were speed signs on every single bend. Each sign has a different speed- 25, 35, 40, 45 presumably dependant on the tightness of the curve & then as you come out of the bend there's a sign saying the straight road speed is 80. The road is tight bend after tight bend so the signs are every few metres and becomes ugly blot on the beautiful landscape. Also ...
... hewed out of the cliffs, huge undertaking. Spectacular scenery, beaches as far as the eye can see! blue green sea and world famous surfing spots. We were worried about accommodation and booked a cabin for 2 nights in a Top Four campsite at Wye River. (total population 320) last cabin available and fully equipped. Strange that cabins at campsites are dearer than some motels. Our camping discount card from our NZ helped. Just as well we booked , ...
... offered us dinner so we had a lovely evening with them and came back to sleep aboard Bellatrix. Had a bit of a sleep-in this morning then arranged for Liam to get to Royal Brighton YC for a practice sail before the Nationals begin tomorrow. Daryl and I left on the train to get back to Geelong and the dogs for the night. We are having dinner with friends at The Black Salt restaurant tonight then an early start for us to get to Tullamarine by ...