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Travel Blogs from Forster
We are stopping overnight at Forster before heading onto Sydney.
We decided not to set up the caravan and are staying in a cabin at the caravan park.
We were able to vote in next week's election at a pre-polling booth in the main street which was a ...
... Asia travel skills - pretending I am taking part in The Biggest Loser to get me through!! I have adapted the small percentage of farm suitable clothes I own by wearing leggings with all my shorts. I look like a proper farmer with my wellingtons or as the Ozzies say -'gumboots' In daylight my bathroom wasn't all that bad - again a fair few spider webs not no sign of the dreaded HUNTSMAN.....this blog is such a jinx. Gona end up with one in my suitcase or something My first ...
... we arrived we did a cheeky phonebook check and it turns out there is only one Forster living in Forster. Poor guy. Becca managed to get herself lots of photos so she was a very happy bunny!
Anyway as there were no campsites, that we could see, in Forster our first night was spent in a car park next to the beach. Getting used to getting our gear out of the boot was a bit tricky at first but, I can assure you, that by the end of it we had all this down to a fine ...
... to Gloucester and onto Dungog was lush and unusually green. Rivers and their surrounds still showed signs of recent flooding, clogged with fallen trees and river washed debris. In the shadows of a late winter afternoon, just south of Gosford the railway winds closely around the broad Hawkesbury River, the silent waters providing a wonderful symmetry of reflecting eucalyptus clad sandstone mountains.
We arrived in Sydney late in ...
... his extra board.
Today, as I watched the sun get higher in the sky and peak through the clouds a sea turtle decided to leisurely swim by. Very cool. They have TONS of dolphins here as well.
It was great to stay with Rachel and Rory for sure.
I think the scenery will only get more impressive from here if you can believe that.
Next stop Port Maquarie!