Apostles and Fish (but no loaves)

One of the best meals I had in Australia was in the coastal town of Port Campbell, at a gas station/boat charter/tour office/fish market/fish & chips shop called Frying Nemo (having passed over Lord of the Fries and Mad Mex).  The Australian are very good at fried fish and very, very, very good at fries.

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Before our arteries could harden too badly, we moved on to one of Victoria’s most popular tourist sites — limestone pillars off the coast called “The Twelve Apostles.”

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There are only eight of them (nine when the formation was named, but then Judas fell), so why they’re called the twelve apostles, no one knows.

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2 Responses to Apostles and Fish (but no loaves)

  1. Beautiful pillars! Too bad the ninth one fell – odd numbers are always better! 🙂

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