All Seasons Country Lodge
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... power after being non powered for a few days. The next day we started off with a bit of exercise before heading down to the beautiful village of Bulahdelah and on the way we stopped off for some morning tea overlooking Wallace Lake just outside of Forster-Tuncurry (Lakes ...
... a small township, or perhaps a Town Square and it reminded us of a Toy Town. Everything was built to the same Federation design, all painted the same colour and very manicured and landscaped gardens and seemed just a little too "neat", There was a purpose built ecumenical church, cafes, medical centre and pharmacy, and IGA.
However, what we did like was the Irish Pub and headed off for lunch a couple of times. ...
... of the warranty), which also meant 4 new tires and a new fuel pump too! Think we tired it out a little from our journeys. We had to wait around for a few hours so we just shopped and ate at the shopping mall nearby. We took a 3 hour drive in the 31degree heat up to a rest stop in Taree, cleaned out the car, had a shower, ate a subway, chilled out for the rest of the evening! There are a few Bush Fires in this area but not close enough or big enough to worry ...
... when you went underwater you could hear music from the underwater speakers( how posh!). We slummed it tonight with T-bone steak for dinner done on the BBQ hot plates that are scattered around the site. There great just push the button and away you go and there free to use. Still haven't camped more than 200 meters from the sea since we got the van it's been amazing so far and we are all looking forward to what ever we do next. Stay tuned ...
... the fabulous scenery of Babusar Pass in north-eastern Pakistan. Enjoying the Babusar Pass once more as we were forced to drive back from Skardu to Islamabad after our flight was cancelled. Wondering why we had to travel this journey again when the trip to Islamabad was only a four hour trip down the Karakoram Highway, yet the Babusar was another eleven hours! Due to ...