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5 Tips for Flying with a Baby

We have just recently returned from a 2-week holiday in Malaysia. Before the holidays, part of me was really excited in getting the chance to meet family and old friends after 2 years but part of me was also very nervous about the 8-hour plus flight back. For the first time, we will be bringing… 

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Thunder Cave and Blowhole at Great Ocean Road *updated with videos*

Second last post on our Great Ocean Road adventure, I promise! After the Loch Ard Gorge visit, we followed the signboard and walked towards the Thunder Cave. This was the information board regarding the Thunder Cave. As you can see from the information below, there used to be an arch over the ocean but the… 

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Loch Ard Gorge of the Great Ocean Road

Another attraction that one should not miss while driving along the Great Ocean Road is the Loch Ard Gorge. Situated just 10 minutes from the Twelve Apostles, this place was named after a clipper ship Loch Ard which was wrecked on a nearby Muttonbird Island after a 3-month journey from England to Melbourne. The amazing… 

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Magnificent Twelve Apostles at the Great Ocean Road

Right after breakfast, we checked out from the Best Western Great Ocean Road Motor Inn and started our journey towards the Port Campbell National Park. Driving along the Great Ocean Road during day time never ceased to amaze me. The ocean was sparkling blue, while the limestone rock stacks on the coastline was just spectacular…. 

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Thank God for Best Western Great Ocean Road Motor Inn

Since we’ve decided not to stay at Cape Otway, we had to continue driving to reach the next nearest town, which was Port Campbell. At this point of time, it was already getting dark, past 5.30pm. And the route from Cape Otway to Port Campbell was another 90km, with a large part of it through… 

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The Great Ocean Road Adventure – Cape Otway Misfortune

Continuing our journey after admiring gorgeous views at the Split Point Lighthouse, we reached the Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch. Historically, the Great Ocean Road was built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932, and is the world’s largest war memorial dedicated to casualties. Great Ocean Road Entrance Great Ocean Road Memorial An excited witch!… 

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The Great Ocean Road Adventure – Torquay & Split Point Lighthouse

Finally, I got to the part I enjoyed the most in our trip to Melbourne – The Great Ocean Road! I must admit, this post is long overdue but I was really just saving the best for last! *LOL* Remember we rented a car from Hertz to Lake Mulwala before? We used the same car… 

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