Sandy Rose Bed & Breakfast
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- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... hills as a tsunami is approaching, according to the motel notes. To the beach. Waves a bit rough. So to the river mouth, a small yacht park, where down-coming river and incoming tide meet. Perfect. Amanda swims in the sea. Or to be specific, the ocean, the Pacific to be more specific. Loads of kids playing on the small beach by a jetty in total confidence and freedom, some only months old. They seem to have been born in the water. On the way back up the Main Street we looked at menus ...
... The Gorge was ravaged by mining, with polluted waters, and bare hillsides, but today is very different, with leafy walkways and information boards explaining the history, however recently a mining company has been granted permits, and there is much local objection to mining the mountain for gold once more.
We spent the night just down the river and are off to see Hobbiton ...
... separate gold and silver from the crushed ore. It is then sent in bars to Australia for its final separation of silver and gold. After the visit, we went to the re-located pump house which was eerie but we got some even more beautiful views of Martha. The grey colour is the gold laden quartz' after it has been mined, it oxydises and turns a golden yellow! 40% is open cast mining which is less expensive but not ...
... 10-15 minute detours with many steps. The path was rugged at times and had fairly steep gradients. We didn’t make any rooky mistakes this time, deciding to leave our pram at the van, and taking our baby carrier instead.The walk to Cathedral cove was worth every step (although I’m not sure I would feel the same in the heat of summer, todays 16 degrees was hot enough). The cove had an amazing secluded beach with blue/green water. In summer the snorkelling here would ...
... our other holidays! The students have told me that they do not dress up as crazy as Americans do for Halloween, though they still celebrate.
18. How long is their school year?
Their school year is year round and runs on 10 or 12 week blocks of school. After each block of school is over, they have a 2 week break, and then return. They do not have a straight summer vacation like we do in the states. Which do you ...
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