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Travel Blogs from Norfolk Island
... park was pretty much the best we drove on, the rest are truly ****.
Anson Coffee plantation was next scheduled stop. Sadly it was closed. We later found out Mr Anson was off the island for a week.
Up Mt Pitt to admire the 60 degree view you get from up there. Inside the national park so another good road all the way up to the top.
We decided we’d have lunch at the Norfolk Blue restaurant that serves the apparently famous Norfolk Blue beef. ...
We squeezed a walk and lunch at the Botanical gardens before heading to the airport to catch the plane back to Brisbane. When we got to the airport we discovered there was quite a gathering of people there associated with dance week.
The flight home was fun as we now knew lots of people on the ...
Went and picked the convict out fits. Lunch at Emily Bay. Recover and Remember Dance in the afternoon. Some of the people on the Sydney flight had left already so it had a different feel to it, more relaxed perhaps!
Dress as a convict night with Lee and Graeme, Betty and Steve, Jackie and Darryl. Bernie and Jackie had to serve the soup. Later they had do the Macerana and some other game called pass the hat and ...
The mornings Workshop was an intermediate cha cha routine that Bernie and I found very challenging.
Drove to Mount Pitt where we observed the wonderful sights from the look out.
Captain Cook monument, where we saw the people from NSW. Barney was the mum! What a woman, there she was (I believe she ...
In the morning we went off to the workshop at the hall. The workshop was the Argentine Stroll, done to the captivating song "Welcome to Burlesque". It is a beautiful dance which can be done much passion and flare.
In the afternoon we toured around the Island ourselves in our hire car, we went to all the spots that we liked!! The first spot was the point where they dump there rubbish, such as cars, in the sea! We walked the tracks in the 100 acre ...