Amber Gardens Guesthouse
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... teachers are super nice and the way they teach with enthusiasm. In art the teacher blasts music. Before the third day of school we went scuba diving and saw some leopard sharks. I also saw some grouper and puffer fish. Carson went snorkeling and he saw a green turtle and a manta ray. On the third day of school I felt just like I was at home. I came in late and no one really cared. I got my schedule so I didn't need to follow anyone ...
... down like in England. But it lead us in to Dominoes, and we all got a pizza and sat on the floor inside. It was actually so funny, and we felt like such backpackers. The girls are all so nice, and funny. Anyway, Tonight's plan is to watch the talent show in our hostel, which starts very shortly, at 7.30, so we better get going to the shop to buy some drinks. We found a shop that do a cheap deal on Coors Light, so Jonny is happy! ...
Having returned with the shopping late last night we didn't do the greatest pack away. We woke up this morning to the sound of some scraping and scratching, to see some bush turkeys helping themselves to our loaf of bread. We rescued that just in time but forgot about the fruit bowl. An hour or ...
The local story here is that Lennox is a mystical place that affects people in one of 2 ways: you either feel your energy sinking into the earth leaving you feeling relaxed and listless or you are hyper energised. Well, in all three of us we can ************* the energy to get out of bed! It's most odd - even for Nia - having 2 things planned for the day - getting up & going to bed is enough! Nia's quote for the day after breakfast ...
... an do tours to walk inside. We missed out. Even though it was terribly windy, we walked around the point to go to the most eastern point of the Australian mainland. It has posed the question though - where are the southern / western / northern points and wouldn't it be fun to go to them all ? More research required !