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Day 13. Exploring the caves in Naracoorte, S.A

20.01.2013 Apologies for the delay in getting around to writing my next post; the last two months have seen some monumental changes in my personal life which include moving back to the UK and splitting up with the man who I made & enjoyed this amazing trip with. Until now, it has been a little difficult to reflect back on our journey without some sadness and regret however I am now ready to continue sharing my experiences during what remains one of the most incredible experiences in my...

Day 12. First day in S.A, a giant sink hole and a lake that made us feel blue!

19.01.2013It had been an uncomfortable nights sleep in Priscilla - our camper van - after temps peaked at 40oC (104oF!) yesterday, but it was a cooler start to day 12 of the trip and we were ready to drive the 15 km across the border to South Australia. On route, we passed numerous Quarantine signs warning us not to bring fruit, vegetables, plants or grapevines across the border. Quarantines are enforced in most states to prevent fruit fly or phylloxera (related to an aphid) infestations...

Day 10 & 11. Thunder Cave, Sherbrook River and London Bridge (or Arch)!

16.01.2013It was still Day 10 of the trip, but there were many more amazing sites to be seen. We were in Port Campbell National Park and had just enjoyed the beauty of both the Twelve Apostle's and Loch Ard Gorge. First stop today was Thunder Cave, a huge cavern cared into the limestone cliffs. Whilst you aren't able to go into the cave itself, you get an awesome view of the sea crashing into it and the sea foam it creates. The  noise of the foamy, raging sea is incredible and comparable...

Day 10. The Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge!

16.01.2013As much as we didn't want to leave the mesmerising Johanna Beach, we got up early on Day 10 as we had so many sites to see. We were continuing our journey along the beautiful Great Ocean Road towards some of Victoria's most famed natural landmarks.Our first destination was the most famous of them all, the Twelve Apostles which form part of the spectacular Port Campbell National Park. When visiting the site, you are bluntly warned of two dangers here; snakes and unstable...

Day 9. The beginning of the Great Ocean Road!

15.01.2013We left Melbourne early on day 9, eagerly anticipating the start of our journey on the Great Ocean Road. This was part of the road trip we were most excited about, and it certainly didn't disappoint. The road stretches 243 km (151 miles) along the Victorian coast line - spanning both the Surf and Shipwreck coasts - and it meanders through rain forest, as well as beaches, coastline & cliffs. It was built between 1919 and 1932 by soldiers returning from WW1; dedicated to the wars...

Day 7. A queer day at Midsumma and a trip to St. Kilda beach!

13.01.2013The last day of the first week of our trip was definitely a queer one. It was day 1 (and carnival) of the Midsumma Festival, Victoria's biggest celebration of gay culture for the LGBT & wider community. The weather wasn't playing ball, in contrast to the heat & blue skies of the previous days, we woke up to an overcast & drab day at a chilly 19oC. The event soon cheered us up though with stalls, music and a very entertaining dog show hosted by a fabulous drag...

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