"A good traveller is one who does not know where he is going to, and a perfect traveller does not know where he came from."- Lin Yutang
World Class: The Great Ocean Walk, Australia
The Great Ocean Walk, which stretches 104km from Apollo Bay to Glenample Homestead along Victoria’s coast in southern Australia, has so many highlights it’s hard to choose which section to explore. Best to walk the whole thing, then. Expect lush forests, coastal woodland and magnificent sea stacks (The Twelve Apostles), all topped off with the opportunity to see classic Aussie wildlife like koalas, kangaroos and kookaburras.
February is the month my Kindle and I bonded fairly well. I figured, I needed to knock off a lot from my eBook TBR as well since I have 800+ books in my Kindle. And I think I did good enough by reading 7 eBooks out of the 11 books I read for this month. I have read 4 books lesser compared to last month but hey, 11 books still isn’t pretty bad noting that I was in a reading slump for more than a week at the beginning Feburary.
Just got back from Camp Casual, a tiny 300 person/3 day camping music festival in the Victoria countryside. It wuz sew fun:-). Met so many cool new friends. My least favourite friend I met was Australia’s second most poisonous snake who I disturbed in his natural habitat. Sorry snake! Thank you for not biting anyone. Other highlights include: performances by Empat Lima, The Ocean Party, and ScotDrakula; chillin with all the chillers at the billabong (didn’t know that was anything other than a board shorts brand); sleeping in the executive caravan, playing soccer with coffee courtney (the first guy courtney I’ve met), using our flat of beer as currency, thank u camp casual! 😗 ps here is a pic of me with my favourite Australian vehicle that is everywhere here, it’s called a “ute” and it’s so dumb looking, ya rite👍🐏