Adina Apartment Hotel Wollongong
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My room had a very conferable bed and walk in shower. Great room service and a lot of manners from the employee.
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... some great shots of crocodile especially when it swam over towards him. On his camera - not downloaded. We made our way back to camp after visiting the Border Store (just to say we had) then in afternoon got in car and went to the Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr. Now I thought that Nourlangie (Burrunggul) was magnificient but this was breathtaking. So much art. I tried hard to get shots on both camera and ipad to show you all. ...
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... of Elroy. Sue called us and we went over to her house and we were with her and Elroy when he quietly passed away.
Such a loving and caring dog now at peace, just a few days short of his 14th birthday.
Vale valiant friend - always in our hearts.
"Dogs come into our lives to teach us about love, they depart to teach us about loss. A new dog never replaces an old dog, it merely expands the heart".
... plane. The second smallest plane that I've ever been, we flew for about another 20 minutes until we reached 14,000 feet. I can't really explain the next 7/8 minutes of my life, all I really remember was trying to keep my mouth closed and smile at the camera whenever possible. The freefall was fine but when the parachute got pulled the harness cut off all circulation to my legs, he let me have a go at steering before he took over in time for ...