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... shining example. I'd received a 5 minute lesson prior to the start and it somehow worked wonders. Each player began with $39 million and by the end of our table, I had reached $199 million!!! No idea what I was doing haha, definitely thought I was up for winning the $12 dollar cash prize. Unfortunately, my lack of poker knowledge showed on the final table, as all the big fish cleaned up my money fairly quickly. Still, I had a great time and met some new ...
After our stay in Seal Rocks, we continued up the coast and next stop was Nambucca and Scotts Head. We didn't stay for a very long time before going on to Coffs Harbour, where we spent the night. We slept in a backpackers room, but the place was apparently also a night club with the speciality of huge bass. Our legs literally shaked because of it, and it took some time before we could sleep. The next day we went to a market and tried local bananas ...
... across from us who were waiting for it before they move in. It arrived in two halves on trucks and it was interesting to see how they put into position - all done within about an hour.
Saturday December 13 - packed up and headed to our Coffs Harbour house sit - we wanted to be off the road over Christmas (too many travelling tourists). We met Ursula and Jim at their beach house at Sapphire Beach before going ...
... night. That $20 a nit, a bit rich but we could live with that until you find out that your car is $7 per entry a well, so basically per day... WTF!!! excuse me. Drop toilets 500m from the van no hot water/showers etc and you want $27 a day from me.... I don't think so.
We found a Caravan Park in Ballina for $22.50 a night with toilets and hot showers. Now that's not what we wanted to really do, but hey! we are also not stupid. SEE YA RED ...
We finally drove away from Sunrise Drive and spent our first
‘night on the road’ a few streets away in Sawtell. Wrapped in the beautiful
company of precious friends….our family. Parked outside Kaz and Iains and only
a few metres down the road from Amanda and Bell we extended the farewells out
for as long as physically possible with one last Gypsie Soiree on the front lawn
on carpets and sheep skin rugs, romantically lit with a ...