Sunset, llamas and alpacas
In an earlier post on my local area, I talked about the advantages of living on the coast, in a town passed by many tourists in their campervans on the way from the 12 Apostles or other Great Ocean Road attractions.
One of the other bonuses is the rental place I scored for at least my initial stay near the university (longer stay will depend on how a drafty former church handles the winter!). The sunsets views from the balcony have been amazing and it’s great to come home after hours of talking about fish and ecosystems and climate change to relax and watch the llamas and alpacas from the balcony as the sun sets.
OK, so life isn’t always that laidback, thankfully, or I’d go nuts. Llamas and alpacas aren’t the most friendly creatures but their fights and spitting contests are amusing to watch.
Posted on May 9, 2012, in Deakin University, Great Ocean Road, photography, tourism, Twelve Apostles, Victoria, Warrnambool and tagged Australia, deakin, ecology, photography, university, Warrnambool. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.