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... some food. I was starving so had beef sliders which are like McDonalds cheeseburgers but better. Once the bartender knew we were from Australia the first thing he asked us was about snakes. He said Australians are the bravest people he knows - due to the snakes. I impressed him with my snake in the car park story. After that - it was about 4.30 pm San Fran time so we went back to our room for a nap but set the alarm for 8 pm to try to get ...
... warmth I found it particularly bad… Very cosy and warm at Christians, and lovely to be there. Little dogs liked having us around ,and Toby welded to Sam, they both jostle for position on his knee, Toby good naturedly making room for Molly, they are a well behaved delight.! Mum coped well with her celebrations which were much more than a day, Tuesday ,Housie celebrating her milestone, Wednesday our Family dinner, Thursday appointments, and ...
... tried floating and ended up down the beach! I was having fun jumping into the waves, though my shorts kept coming off! Got a lot of water up my nose too. We both kept getting knocked over, but was nice to be in the sea again, and probably for the last time in OZ! Spent ages in the sea, Ari did not want to get out.
About 2:30pm we went and waited for bus after drying off for a bit, we were there a little while as there was a lot of traffic due to it being Good Friday. They ...
... to my query was not at all helpful and did everything to make things difficult for us. His instructions as to the location of the restaurant were vague. He was right though, it is next to the camp. The camp is huge and spans across the river front and onto the sea. Bo walked along to find the restaurant and walked quite some way before calling to let me know he can't find it. He was not happy, it was actually not next to the camp ...
... Dam its crowded. Oh and hot too around 30 degrees
and humid as my morning shower!
There are stalls everywhere as this event consumes the town,
and there are peeps everywhere too! As we negotiate past the fruit and vege
stalls, we see some good stalls for lunch, with kababs, sushi, falafels and you
name it on offer. We decided on the ginger beer, homemade, just like our
mothers used to make! Thirst was greater than ...