Thursday, 8 December 2016

Road Trip | Wilsons Promontory

The other weekend, I went on a short road trip to Wilson's Promontory National Park. Actually, it wasn't short at all as we spent a total of six hours in the car to make the round trip. It's funny that I've lived in Melbourne for a few years now but I haven't really ventured out past the city as I don't drive so my adventure stops where the train line stops.

On this occasion, I was in the passenger seat driving past all the farms and nosing around to see what all the animals were up to. We also passed a few koala's (I mean drop bears!), a wallaby and a wombat crossing the road! Being in the passenger seat also means I get to relax and document my trip by taking lots of photos through the car window. The plan was to get some photos of the sunset but unfortunately, as you can see from my images it was very cloudy. Some black crows also managed to get a hold of our bags and nearly flew off with a role of film!

It's nice to take a break from the city life every now and then but it's always nicer to come home!
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