Great Ocean Road: Day Two

This was day two of our two day Great Ocean Road trip.

The view from the holiday home we hired. I didn't even realise the sea was so near because we arrived late and it was dark the night before.

I can understand why some people would say that these are just a bunch of rocks and seem disinterested. After all, they are just a bunch of rocks. I guess it's all a matter of perspective. Too much of something may not always be good. But to me, I marvel at how they form over time as the elements carve them individually so unique.

Don't you think that rock formation in the middle looks a little bit like a face with the nose pointing out?

The vast green. Welcome to my backyard!

As a kid, Treasure Island was one of my favourite stories and I guess I loved the sense of adventure so when I saw this, I couldn't help but imagine the pirate ships docking out in the sea while they row in to the beach with small boats. Arr!

Tam, making a temporary sand tripod. A few moments after taking his shots, the waves actually came in and swept the tripod away. Good thing he was done with his shots and have removed his camera.

I felt like taking a picture here to remind me of the kid inside.

..and for lunch I had one of the best steak sandwiches ever! If I go out that way again, I wanna have this!

The famous ice cream from Timboon Fin Ice Cream. The dude inside wasn't the friendliest, but hey, I wasn't gonna let him spoil my trip.

What used to be London Bridge.

The boys. One for the road!


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