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Oct 1, 2011 - Aus - Day 150 - Jungle
Even though the day was still quite cold and windy, we were quite happy to be greeted by the sun. We accomplished a few hikes through the beautiful lush jungle of southern Victoria. The first hike was a 2km hike at Melba Gully State park. We were quite happy to be back in the jungle, and the trail was absolutely wonderful, with huge trees forming a canopy and sheltering the lush forest floor. Dawn baptized one of the fern trees a "snuffolupagus tree" (after mr snuffolupagus from Seasame Street), as this tree was quite hairy and a reddish...Jump to full entry
Jan 2, 2009 - On The Road Again!
JOSH: On the 29th of December we landed in Geelong. We met Aunty Cathy, Uncle Robert (who owns a Subway - boss), Alec, Miles, Baba Rose and Dedo Mille. Every single day we played with the kids. It was very, very fun. We also met Uncle John (John's a very common name isn't it?). Uncle John is husband to Aunty Belinda. JOBS: Aunty Cathy: mini-school Uncle Robert: boss of Subway Alec:- Miles:- Aunty Belinda: Accountant Uncle John: boss of Subway Baba Rose: Chook farm Dedo Mile: Chook farm. ANG: Another late morning. I think we must be the...Jump to full entry
The Great Ocean Road is definitely all it's cracked up to be ... the road hugs the coast and is just spectacular. It's windy and narrow and you have to continually fight the temptation to take your eyes off the road. The weather however isn't spectacular, but it could be worse, and we spend a very pleasant morning walking through the bushland at Angahook-Lorne State Park near the town. Nixy is getting a bit 4wd mad, and every time he sees a track we have to take it, so we also spend a bit of time bushbashing around in the park. Was looking...Jump to full entry