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... The session was a basic summary of what is on offer on each of our Ports of Call (Noumea, Lifou, Port Vila, Mystery Island & Isle of Pines). Aaron, the Shore Tour leader presented a great slideshow and was very informative about each port and gave us a few clues as to what we would like to do. Tiffany and I already knew we wanted to do cultural tours to gain an insight to the islanders lives and this helped us cement a few of the options we were contemplating. We went down ...
Well it wasn't really a holiday day...we had breakfast at a Kurrajong Heights cafe then arrived home an hour later.
TOTAL TRIP KMS TRAVELLED: 5507km
FUEL LITRES USED: 526.3 litres
AVERAGE LITRES PER 100KM FOR THIS TRIP: 9.6l/100km
BEST LITRES PER 100KM FOR THIS TRIP: 8.19l/100km (Day 14)
WORST LITRES PER 100KM FOR THIS TRIP: 10.66l/100km (Day 18 @ 110km/h all day with roof basket and contents)
AVERAGE LITRES PER 100KM FOR VEHICLE ALL TIME: ...
... and again. The backpack was super hard as I didn't have the luxury of packing a whole bunch of clothes due to space so I went with items which could re-use easily like tops for outside and bed etc.
Packing up my life both in my room at home and the suitcase and backpack was draining to say the least. The packing continued all the way until 4:30am the morning of my flight - hears to say I didn't sleep well that night and felt sick when it came time to leave the house. After ...
... though! We spent a night at surf camp where none of us actually surfed, but we did see a giant python slither past our cabin. We kept our door closed at all times after that. Byron Bay next, hippie central of Australia. Beautiful town where we were able to spot whales from the lighthouse. Final stop before Brisbane was Surfer's Paradise, the Vegas of Australia filled with swanky apartments and theme parks.
Stay tuned for chapter two!
... Deanne came home looking more lovelier than ever we went for a simple feed of Chinese at The Happy Chef then came back to the computer. We went to The Hawaiian Airlines site and booked in electronically, including luggage and seat allocation: 13A & 13B towards the front, left-hand side. The last decent pair together, and probably still available because of dumb superstitions. Those lucky pair will get us to Honolulu for a three hour stop over. The ...