Tall Trees Bed & Breakfast
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... It would have been great to have some pictures, especially of the Dragons but it's a bit risky out on the water so we left the camera behind. We get picked up and I get talking basketball with the driver who says there's a court nearby and once back, he finds a knackered ball for me to use. We cook up some lunch, take a nap as the tiredness hits us - then it's time to test out our shooting arms and take a walk along the riverside.
Dunking is limited when wearing sandals (an ...
... road I have ever been on. I'm sure I have left a foot-print on my side of the van as I was pumping my imaginary brake!!! Hair pin bends were nothing compared to this road! Who could look outside at the view when you had such tight roads to drive on! We even came across a huge Coles B-Double truck on the bends - I have NO idea how he got through!! It was such a relief to get to the Kangaroo Valley campsite, that a stiff drink was in order!! Can't wait to get back on the highways ...
... in Kangaroo Valley, we had morning tea and explored the shops. I was hoping to visit Kangaroo Valley Olives, but the man at the information centre said they were closed for Easter. :( Rather than return to Berry on the same windy road, we chose to travel to Nowra then back to Berry via the Princes Hwy. We had a late lunch in Berry then bought some very yummy looking Lamb Shanks from a providore in ...
... on the rugged shoreside which we quickly went to check out. I was very disappointed in the lack of gushing salt water being pushed through a tiny hole high up into the sky as apparently the blow hole only works when the seas are running from the south east and today they were the complete opposite direction. It was still a beautiful town though and we really liked it here, there is even a commuter train to Sydney!
I still had lots planned for our day as we ...
... do its thing for a while. Then we drove out to Jamberoo, a little village not far from Kiama, then onto Minnamurra Rainforest Walk. It is a National Park, and is a walk of about 2kms round trip. Very pretty. After that we drove out to Bombo Beach and Cathedral Rocks. It is a beautiful coastline. There was still a lot of nasty smoke around ...