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... your Billabong, your Ripcurl, your Quicksilver, and I'm sure more.
Just to finish off the day, we found ourselves camped in yet another picturesque spot: right next to a creek that flowed, under a little footbridge, out towards the ocean. We even had our own deck (meant for fishing) where we sat, watching the sun go down, with a cup of tea and our books. The novel bit though was the sea-side ...
... needed to physically catch him to make him stop!). We left the Fly, thoroughly happy with our return on invest and headed to Triplet Falls which was just 10 kms away as our friendly guides had said they were beautiful and worth calling in on. They certainly were, again, a good couple of kilometres walking up some seriously steep hills to get to see them but it was worth it! By the time we had clambered our way back up to the car up about 400 steps on a ...
... although will I ever sleep with
those damn birds squawking outside my camper!
The birds here are extremely noisy!
Oh well, only thing for it is to have another glass of chilled wine –
Take care and lots of love.
Ps would love to hear your news and how you are – please email me with what is going on back home – I have no idea what is happening or even what day of the week it is!!
... as we continued our drive. The first one was to see Thunder Cave and the waves crashing in did sound like thunder. Then Lock Ard Gorge where we walked down to the beach and checked it out. Thought about going swimming but there were signs that said no swimming - of course Tom still thought about it..... what can I say. Then we walk around to see where the famous ship crashed into the cliffs - 54 people were on board and only 2 survived. ...
... Weds 11th Dec - It's raining. Again. Our last night of camping had been a dry one until morning came and the rain with it. We had a slow morning wondering if the rain would stop so we had breakfast and put down a soggy tent in between down pours and headed off on our way to our final destination Melbourne. That ladies and gentlemen was the last instalment from me. I hope we still have some readers and that you have enjoyed sharing this amazing experience with us. K x x ...