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... I even got a free range chicken one-yay! Andys friend Matt joined us with his French girlfriend so we had nice food and company.
For desert we ventured out in to the rain, which was lashing down and in to a ice cream shop called Cold Rock. They have a really neat idea of choosing your ice cream and then choosing an add on, so I had honeycomb, which was crushed in to the ice cream and served in a pot- so good.
It was a fairly early night as I ...
... digs. There is plenty to look at, though the train through the banana trees is no longer in use.
We continued into the dark tonight, hoping to find a free camp in one of the parking bays, as stated in our camps book. But no, not one of them allowed camping, “No Camping” emblazoned upon entry to each bay!! Not sure if it is due to all of the road works going on, but it made it ...
... all the way. By the time we arrived I could have eaten a horse, but surprisingly there was only one cafe which had closed for the day and a restaurant that everyone else visiting the beach had lunch in. It was a very funky place and we had some Excellent fish and chips, it was one of those places that serves things in buckets, very trendy. As soon as the food arrived I tipped it all on my plate and put the buckets aside. We took a walk around, all of the sets are in a ...
... In 6 months traveling it was here that we had our first trip to a hospital.......A koala hospital! Here people bring ill or injured bears and they are operated on if required, lovingly nursed back to health and if possible released back into the wild. If too badly injured to survive out there they get to see out their days in safety and 5* comfort with plenty of fresh eucalyptus to chew. They are cute little characters, even rivalling ...
... the Freeway. Great. We past the theme parks and pushed on. After checking out an average park with a quote of $71 A NIGHT we decided it best that the Gold Coast can jam it. Not paying a premium for school holiday. Next town. Toot then chose Palm Beach. $45 a night. Very basic, but its only 1 night. We will head to Byron Bay tomorrow. We set up camp and Toot cooked up more Bolognaise sauce. We headed ...