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... with Penny and Steve. After lunch we went for a drive up past a Gold Coast and Southport, it has certainly grown around this area, lots more high rise buildings. We had a BBQ at the McColl's van tonight which was very pleasant catching up on each of our trips. Site charges were $50 for the Saturday night and $45 for the other ...
... were thousands, glad we were inside under cover. Heading back to the hotel for a nightcap, got there at approx, 9.30....bar closed, room service finished all at 9pm! Oh well Mick, there is always the mini bar!!!! Port Macquarie is a place to come to, if you get the chance. Forgot to say as we were walking back along the break walk we saw a large crowd, when we got there, there was talk of seeing a shark!!! We never saw it, and we didn't go into the ...
... mate?", he inquired. "Yep...also got a seaman's book as I'm a marine engineer". "Well that's OK sport .Get yourself a job and the taxman will love ya....Welcome to Australia!" "I've already got a job. After having a few beers in the pub with a mining engineer he's employed me as the geologists off-sider". Was my reply. For eighteen months we criss-crossed the country from north to south then east to west prospecting for any minerals worth mining as in those days, ...
... myself up for another personal training session the next day even though I was starting to feel the pain from that morning. 7am start at the gym and I was S.T ruggling with my legs and prayed we were avoiding squats. Not so lucky as squat jumps were first up on the whiteboard. We also had 800 metre runs, which were tiring, but actually loosened me up. I might even go again on Monday-that's a crazy thought!
We both had to cut short our session to ...
... stay. And it is.
Our site looked onto the river, which was lined by large rocks which had been decorated by all sorts of graffiti. It seems the local council provided a few cans of paint for anyone who was interested, and said, "Go for it." Most were basic - just names and dates, but some were quite artistic, and a few quite poignant tributes to loved ones.
The roads of Taree were squishy and squiggly and featured many ...