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... home and sell all the children. A quick, lovely swim and we moved on down the coast. A stop for breakfast cereal at Ulladulla, which in spite of its terrible radio station, is a really beautiful place, especially if you're into surfing or bag pipe playing. Anne I went straight to the lighthouse and parked, had a quick breakfast in the van. We then walked to a lookout point to watch the surfers in the bay. On the way to the lookout the sound of bagpipes being played drifted to ...
... persistent rain won't worry us too much.
So first night in we settled down, and knowing there was a low pressure system crossing the coast while we are here, I packed everything away including the awning.
As night fell the rain got heavier and heavier, and then by midnight I was awoken by very strong winds with the van rocking from side to side. I stepped outside to clear a few things away more and check on everything, as by now I think ...
... sticky liquid on the glass that no amounts of screenwash can get remove. As a result our drive through the forests offered quite blurry views. These blurry views soon turned to almost non-existent views at the sun set and the road twisted and turned through the dark.
We eventually arrived in Merimbula, negotiated the best deal we could from several motels (South Seas Motel), then headed out for a really nice tapas dinner.
... and Douglas' face a picture! Once we arrived back in town Mike and Marj had followed shortly behind us and we met up for a farewell lunch at Tathra. Again it was another beautiful setting overlooking the beach front, the town itself is quite well known as an arty town, but in recent weeks has been known for a recent shark attack......Douglas was happy not to go for a swim this time! It was sad to say our goodbyes to Mike and Marj, but we hope ...
... all mountain - Transition - trans am, nice again slacker head angle which encouraged more aggressive riding...both bikes were well specced and ride very well. Thanks Rik generous of you and I now know why you moved to Tathra - awesom single track, hundreds of kilometres of Forrest trails, great beach and coastline. There is a reason for green lush grass and rainforest - yes it rains here a ...