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... ground - it looks like a film set. The only thing that appears to have survived is a giant plastic shrimp on a stand: that certainly puts a new slant on "throw another shrimp on the barbie"! I pass Lake Macquarie (Australia's biggest coastal lake apparently), and again it is suddenly time to seek out food. There are loads of McDonalds and service stations but I am not that desperate yet! I let garmin guide me to "Jewell café", which sounds a bit more interesting. Luckily ...
... fires will continue to rage. In good news we received quite a few compliments on our coaching this week. It was good to hear as neither of us is exactly Beth Tweddle, clearly all that time dedicated to the cheese is paying off. The birthday girl was informed of part 2 of her birthday week, a trip to The Hunter Valley AKA wine country. So the evening was spent doing 2 hours of packing to ensure colour co ordinated clothes for the weekend. Part ...
... train early yesterday morning so we could spend the day in Newcastle before the race. Newcastle is a small coastal town that's a couple hours north of Sydney. Kellie and I heard mixed reviews about the town from other people - we heard it has beautiful beaches but there isn't much to do other than go to the beach. It turns out, those people were right. We arrived in Newcastle around 11 in the morning, checked into our hostel, checked in for The Color Run, and then spent the rest ...
... my wife (well, it worked in London once where the Police officer cautioned me and gave Rosa a telling off for distracting me ! ) . Then the twist. 'Sir have you had any alcohol to drink today?' Oh oh. 'Um yes , I've just come from a vineyard...' So, breathalised I was and told to wait in the front seat whilst they waited for the results.... Well, dear readers. I still have my license and wasn't arrested. Somehow I passed (moral of wine tastings - spit, don't ...
... wines - hangover material so Monica and I did
our best to avoid sampling too much here. And finally we stopped at some place
that specialized in chocolate and cheese. We were too far gone to get a handle on
The humour of the whole event would have been watching Ian trying to herd us all
back into his van and race us back to the ship. We were the last twelve people to
board and they were pulling up ...