Beacon Point Ocean View Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeacon Point Ocean View Villas Apollo Bay
Nice country location with a view to the ocean. No dryer in the laundry though, and not a well resourced kitchen - no microwave stuff
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A great Australian Road trip. We headed off from Port Fairy to Apollo Bay, pulling in to view most of the known sites. A truly beautiful coastline.
For two nights we were booked to stay at the Ocean View Beacon Point Villas, with a view to the ocean.
Whilst here Wendy tested my fears again and we went on a treetop walk, and …
... the travel agent kept calling him without any result. In the end it took that much time, that we decided to just go back to the hostel. We only forgot that we told them in which hostel we were staying. So of course they got to the hostel yelling: "Dutch Girls, dutch girls!". We just kept quite and kept playing cards in the hope that they would just leave again...which worked ^^
Taking everything in account it was a great day and evening! Dutch party!
... pressed to assist with the operation of the 4wd Steve attempted to get up as much momentum as possible, probably at least up to 10 kph and as we were about to enter onto the track we started to slide sideways. It was so bloody scary.
He managed to straighten up and was progressing up the steep track when about half way up we slid off to the side of the track and had to stop or we would have rolled down into a gully. As soon as we had stopped we started ...
... it had been asked to pose for the dozens of Asian tourists scrambling over one another to take a photo. But what caught Mattijs and I’s eye in the first place was a baby frogmouth owl, perched on a branch a couple of metres away and looking positively dazed by the bright afternoon sunlight. Goodness knows what it was doing there but it looked absolutely adorable with its plume of white and grey downy fluff and unblinking eyes. We arrived at the lighthouse, the one ...
... over Australia. Now we are off to Apollo Bay. We stopped at Airys Inlet to have an American style hamburger or hotdog at a 60's style dinner. Needless to say, Mrs. B and I were confused and didn't go to the malt shop where the hotdogs were, but to the dinner where they had hamburgers and shakes. The shakes were true malt shakes, but the hamburgers here are different. The meat is mushy like it has a lot ...