Allambi Holiday Apartments Lakes Entrance
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Rise and shine on Tuesday 26th May to clear skies but a pretty nippy morning. Off on the usual walk and run before breakfast. Then it was off to Paynesville where we followed the same waterway that we explored yesterday on the Thunderbird. Unbelievable how massive this
water expansion is as it runs for more than 100km. Arrived in Paynesville to board the ferry with our bikes to hunt down some wild Koalas ...
... lookout etc. and depending on your own particular tastes and requirements. For Anne & I, Tathra was pretty good (a few houses, a very small quantity of shops & restaurants and not too many people). Merimbula and its sister town were nice in their own way, but failed the size test. Our perfect beach has to be all those at Jervis bay; no contest. We stopped at the Ben Boyd National Park so that Anne could match ...
... soldiers from the area.
There is a footbridge over to 90 mile beach which we enjoyed as another walk on a lovely sunny afternoon. We also visited Lake Tyers, a small village and other beaches, allowing us to stand at the most easterly point of Ninety Mile Beach.
On Thursday morning we were at the Tyre company by 8.45 to collect our tyre and we are on the road again. We are now on our way to catch up with friends for a few days.
... little more than a trickle (this may explain why people didn’t go there). We are not even sure that we found the third one because it was so small. At another stop, we drove 10km on a dirt road to a cluster of unique palm trees (nobody else was there). Our book described it as an 'oasis’, so we had visions of these palm trees in the middle of nowhere with no other trees around. What we actually found were a few palm trees dotted ...
... One little gem we have discovered is the Bakery Cafe. There is nothing like a Tim Hortons throughout Australia, Starbucks are few and far between in the big cities. However, every little town has at least one and sometimes several of these outlets selling delectable baked goods and very good coffee. (Espresso style, no drip coffee anywhere). We usually drop in mid morning for our ...