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... rock and the chevron rocks at their local beaches. The final stop before reaching our camp site for the next two nights was the picturesque village of Central Tilba. Here time has stood still for 100 years and they now trade on the fact, with plenty of quaint stores selling tourist tat. The best part was we heard a pair of Bell birds singing in call and response (truly magic)! P.S. There's a name for this paired sound but I can't remember it. A quick blast to our camp site at Tathra ...
... the medical staff we then discussed where the nearest hospitals could possibly be??
At first sight the dinner choice seemed to the be the golf club just over the road, however a 10 minute walk along the road was Wheelers a seafood restaurant, the food was very good and used all local produce! It does however seem a strange place to have such a nice restaurant that was really busy on a Monday ...
We have just had 5 days in Tathra, staying with Terry's Brother John, and Sister in Law Marcia. It was good to have a break from the Van for a few days and to catch up with Family again. We visited the Candelo Markets, had a picnic at Kianinny Bay, a really yummy lunch in Merimbula and walks with our Nephew's dog ...
Seriously, why had we not heard anything about Merimbula before? I am staggered, after the wonderful area tour by Gavin and just generally getting to know this beautiful Sapphire Coast!
But I digress and will return to where I left off last blog. Broulee, in the Eurobodalla Coast region, was a completely wonderful stop-over, spent relaxing and enjoying our surrounds. Well, I was anyway, as Gary was still busy with work things, He had ...
... we didn’t really get the chance yesterday. The local Surf Life Saving Club were having
their normal Sunday training runs, so the beach swarmed with young children,
all with their bright vests and caps on, as they were put through their paces
while Mums and Dads sat back and watched.
Maybe Sharyn is right – it is so pretty!
A brief stop at
the caravan to ...