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Day 2,3 and 4 Around the South-West coast

Travelling around the countryside

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I'm always up early, around 5.30am but I have to wait for everyone else to wake up.

Hurry up, I want to get out and explore!

Human Observation: Humans are ugly in the morning! Note to Mum - I appreciate you taking me for a walk every morning but maybe you could brush your hair and straighten your glasses before you take me out - how embarrassing!

It seems to take my parents ages to get going. I'm easy - just a pee, a poo and some food and I'm ready to go. Meanwhile the oldies are flaffing around making coffee, taking showers, packing day bags. I got so fed up with them that I jumped in the boot to wait for them to take me out!

Not waiting patiently

Not waiting patiently

We explored Port Fairy (nice beach that I could swim in), Koirot (saw some cows which I realised I was afraid of. I hid behind Dad but he made me go up to them, Port Campbell (nice beach which I wasn't supposed to go on. Mum said 'no, we shouldn't go on the beach if dogs aren't allowed'. Dad said 'who cares, let's just go', so of course we went), Hopkins Falls and Timboon.

Me and Dad at Port Fairy beach

Me and Dad at Port Fairy beach

One morning we went on a huge walk on the walkway along the foreshore in Warrnambool. There were water stops along the way for dogs and humans. I was impressed! Had a swim at the Blue Hole which is where the Hopkins river meets the ocean. (not sure whether I was supposed to swim in it, though. I guess, probably not but when your with Dad he just lets you, whether you are supposed to or not! If it was up to Mum I wouldn't be allowed to do anything)

We also went to a place called Simon's Waterfront in Warrnambool. We sat outside and had a great view of the foreshore.

I've been exhausted the last few days so I've taken myself to bed every night at around 8pm!

Bedtime!

Bedtime!

Posted by fegrech 01:07 Archived in Australia Tagged victoria

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