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... vanity in town and had a really good laugh. Saturday I got a tram up to Pacific view were Katie told me to go shopping and bought a nice dress but that was it because I didn't need anything and the fashion is different out here. After I went to woolworths to do my weekly food shop and then got ready for round two after I ate. Alex came to visit Vintage Velvet with me to meet Jack and Amy like I promised Sam and Katie. Thank goodness he did, it's in ...
With a very fresh start to the day, it was not as hot as we are used to. But this is such a great caravan park and so quiet. As usual THEY come and go, and today a massive 5th wheeler about 40 foot, yes massive, left. Biggest we have seen this trip and can't imagine what it feels like to tow and travel in. Huge. Don thankfully decided that our car needed ...
... wrocilysmy z powrotem do Auckland, po drodze zahaczajac jeszcze o ogrod botaniczny i Mount Eden (gore z nieczynnym wulkanem i widokiem na cale miasto!). 2 miesiace w Nowej Zelandii strasznie szybko minely i byly super przygoda:) To kraj,do ktorego chce sie wracac!!! Przyroda zapiera dech ,ludzie sa przyjazni i kochani! Jest pieknie! *************************************** ***********************Dzis w Australii i Nowej Zelandii Dzien Mamy:)!!! ...
Awoke to a beautiful morning surrounded by Surfer cars that also overnighted on the roadside. Drove to Fingal Head which is on the other side of the Tweed River, the mouth of the River is at Tweed Heads. We walked along the beach and went for a swim. The water was warm but very rough. The waves came in very strong and the undertow was even stronger being ripped in a different direction to the inward tide. Ron swam but it was ...
... edge, the sun directly above us and utterly dazzling (even through sunglasses). We were just a few feet from the Q1's mighty spire, which looks needle-thin from Currumbin Beach but which reveals its true proportions close up; at its base it must be nearly two metres in diameter and it is just shy of 100 metres high. During the climb, our leader gave us a little bit of background about the surrounding area. She told us about the bull sharks that live in the canals a few ...