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... staying at a caravan park with a FREE jumping pillow. Bridget eventually saw the light and decided it wiser to focus her begging on the pony rides. After Pambula we stopped at the Ben Boy National Park and did the little (1km) walk to the Pinnacles before heading on to Eden. For possible thousands of years this bay has been the site of extraordinary interactions between humans and whales and they are very proud of ...
We have just had 5 days in Tathra, staying with Terry's Brother John, and Sister in Law Marcia. It was good to have a break from the Van for a few days and to catch up with Family again. We visited the Candelo Markets, had a picnic at Kianinny Bay, a really yummy lunch in Merimbula and walks with our Nephew's dog ...
... how many days. On my way back there were three kangaroos just lying down maybe five metres away from our campervan. I got Jay to have a peek once I'd opened the door and watched a woman stroll right next to them whilst they remained completely chilled. It was so cool. We watched the joey suckle off its mumma whilst Jay decided to ruin the innocence of the scene by saying 'it's sucking it's penis'. Consider the tone severely lowered! Jay then went for a whizz and when he got back ...
... underneath a rock. Andy teases it and it walks straight to us. Liam was so surprised that he yelled and ran away. That was so funny.
When going back to our camping site, we walked along the beach towards the north and then Andy spotted dolphins. I could not believe my eyes. Real dolphins, right here, right now.
I grabbed my airboard – some kind of inflatable boogy board – and went in the water to get closer. At some point, I got really nervous cause ...
Getting to sleep wasn't easy though as the sound of the wild life was incredible. The most bizarre thing that happened was that either a kangaroo or wombat, smacked into the van where I was parked. I heard the sound of something bounding towards me and then a bang as it crashed into the front of the van. There was about 30 seconds of silence before I heard the sound of the gravel ...