Allambi Holiday Apartments Lakes Entrance
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... Paul even decided to have a shave outside once the sun broke through. We also woke to the sad news that Robin Williams had died, and our TV has been filled with coverage of this amazingly funny man. Makes you wonder how someone who brought so much joy to others, could be suffering from depression. I loved Mrs Doubtfire! As I said, very sad. During the night my feet were SO cold, and even though I willed my bed-socks to come out of ...
... grandparents (?not sure of the facts there?) once lived in. A classic weatherboard with verandas all around. I stopped for an hour or so, enjoyed a cuppa and cake and an all too quick catch up. Then back on road.
I had chosen Marlo to stay at next. Had thought of Ben Boyd NP but it wasn't really far enough south to fit into my timetable.
Marlo's claim to fame is that it is where the Snowy River meets the sea. Sounded picturesque and peaceful and I thought I might spend ...
... elaborate sand castles that would be the envy of any engineer. The kids also made friends with a little boy and us with his parents which provided some welcome social relief. On one day we backtracked slightly up the coast to Jervis Bay where we were stupefied by the splendid white sands of Hyams Beach (reputedly boasting the world’s whitest sands). This was one of our favourite days so far, simply playing with the kids and walking up and down the beach.
... and more woods, no view, no village, no nothing.
Canned River was the first real village we passed so we stopped for breakfast and a playground break. After a sandwich, some muffins, 2 coffees and a large artificial milkshake, we let the kids play while we were trying to get rid of these annoying little flies that come straight to your face and won't move again. Luckily for me, and just for once, they were more fond of Andy. I get to deal with ...
... goat height to river level in about 1km. The track was steep to say the least, Sharon couldn't take it at one point and bailed out and left me to my own doom should I have come to a sticky ending, thanks dear x.
It was a good exercise to use the full capacity of the vans 4wd range and test my own fledgling decent skills, we got down and back up no problem, the campsite with its river views was well worth the trip, no phone signal, no people, camp fire ...
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