Port Macquarie Seychelles Apartments
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... met a lovely couple, Geri & Chris in Sydney, who I stayed with and found both friendly and welcoming)
Obviously I still have a few days left, and who knows where that will lead me, but for now these have been my personal highlights.....
The 19 hour flight over here (including 2 hour stop over in Dubai) It was fantastic flying on the new 380Airbus and the time literally flew. ( Hope its the same on the return leg!!)
Hugging a koala
... was really rather non-descript, I spent the evening catching up on emails, I'd been deprived of internet for two weeks and most people, including mother had given me up for dead! As I had booked my room at the last minute, the YHA saw fit to put me in a room with a bunch of old ladies. Now, don't get me wrong, I'm not ageist but these woman, who were at least in their 60s, were not exactly the most agreeable roommates. The first, sleeping across from me, was ...
... indicating the lines would be dead. While I was deep in prayer, Roger proceeded to drive across the lines and safely we carried on until our next detour...fallen trees across the road. Once again I'm anticipating venturing out on foot to make the last 100 metres to our home but instead this dependable Suzk went off road and maneuvered around the fallen debris, through more flooded out roads and to a safe arrival back home. Wow, I don't think I have ever experienced anything ...
... begin singing:
Six White Boomers
Early on one Christmas Day, a Joey Kangaroo,
Was far from home and lost in a great big zoo.
Mummy, where's my mummy? They've taken her away.
We'll help you find your mummy, son. Hop up on the sleigh.
Up beside the bag of toys little Joey hopped,
But they hadn't gone far when Santa stopped.
Unharnessed all the reindeer and Joey wondered why,
Then he heard a far off booming in the sky.
... Biloela/Gympie/Sunshine Coast/Brisbane/Port Macquarie.
We were away from home for 218 days, we stayed caravan parks/national parks/showgrounds etc where some sort of fee was charged for 131 of those days which means we totally free camped for 87 days (not as many as I had hoped for)
The cost of accommodation we had to pay for at any of the above types of places was $3482.80 which works pout at an average cost of ...