Charlestown Executive Apartments
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We had a dream trip today, no petrol games, no dashboard alarms, no great delays with the roadworks. We got almost 700kms down the road, reaching Lemon Tree Passage by tea time. The only negative is that we tend to arrive everywhere in the dark, so it's difficult to absorb the surroundings. ...
... s the price of a small house! One of the vans was so big and had so many extras that you could park it on your block and it would be a very comfortable shack to live in. Much too big to be driving around the streets though! Even though some of the vans had lots of bells and whistles, we decided that we still prefer the one we have. That's a nice feeling to know! Well, 4 hours later (!!!) we hit the road to head south to stay with Turvey cousins, Faye and Ron in ...
... is at the rockpools in the kiosk. we then went to Auntie Chrissy's who got in beer, wine, chicken, chocolate, grapes etc. for us. Pauline and Greg went out on Saturday night to a party so we stayed in and got a pizza and watched City and United on the tele. We went into Sydneyfor the day on the train where we went to the Opera House, Harbour Bridge. we weren't over struck by Sydney it was quite dirty compared to ...
... site. The next morning we packed up early and headed to the Koala hospital. Much like our last experience at an animal hospital this ended in tears, Tim’s tears. It was all just a bit too much for him and when I had accidentally walked into a spiders web and was in a massive panic throwing my camera and bag and anything else I could remove from my body across the path, Tim appeared inconsolable that Koalas were being hurt by cars, dogs and fires. I did my ...
Today we stopped at the Australia Kangaroo petting Park where we had an opportunity to meet some kangaroos in a domesticated setting. Quite astonishing. They are a very calm animal who move slowly and seem to be at peace. I guess once you have been fed you feel like laying down. We also ...