Carlingford Serviced Apartments
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... the two of them passed out on the sofa. Not a traditional Christmas Day, but a great day none the less with great people. The weather was nice again on Boxing Day so we spent most of the day sunbathing by the swimming pool (it's funny to think I spent 4 days in a house owned by people I could walk past on the street and wouldn't have a clue who they were). It clouded over in the late afternoon so we made some rum smoothies and watched some movies. There were ...
... to prevent me from taking my chances. Andy struggled being dumped at every opportunity and one huge crest he tried to ride, rode him in with a tumble and beached him like a whale on the shoreline. Coming out spluttering and holding his belly, he returned to us dripping and with the battle scars to show the scraping he took along the sea bed. Trying to entice us in with him, looking at his wounds we declined in preference for the sun blistering ...
... time we did it, people were setting up for an exhibition called Sculptures by the Sea which was starting the following day and involved sculptures of all shapes and sizes from loads of different designers positioned along the walk, in rocks, on beaches, on the edge of cliffs and was a great addition to the experience. We headed back to our hostel, grabbed a shower and some food so we could take on possibly one of the worst 12 hour night buses down to Melbourne (cheap ...
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A week out we were all packed waiting for somewhere to go.
Well we are all packed. Joanne's extraordinary packing skills have again been demonstrated as she has managed to get clothes and shoes for 4 people for 10 weeks into 3 suitcases - and not even reach the 20 kg mark!! Final packing and house cleaning on the weekend before we head off next Thursday. This time next week we will be on our way to beautiful ...
Left our nice cabin at 8.30am. Drove past the Big Golden Guitar on our way out of town. Through the expansive Boonoo Boonoo Plains - mostly sheep country - some cattle and some crops. Through Marrundi which seemed like a very friendly town. Name of massive cliffs on western side of Abbotsford? Through Scone which has a Horse Festival in May each year. There are horse silhouettes throughout town, and businesses have equine names ...