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Advice from Rosamund's 97 year old relative Gerald was to stop at Bulli Lookout on our way south; good advice because the view there is worth writing home about. The view is like an airplane ride without having to look through the window. The restaurant at the lookout had an interesting clock on the wall made of forks and knives that I hadn't seen before; appropriate for the venue.
Another suggestion from Gerald was ...
It was 44 degrees when we left Melbourne. We were pleased to be back on the road and beginning the next chapter of our journey. Wilson Promontory is a world heritage site and a place we'd both been looking forward to seeing. We made it to Foster with a plan to arrive at the park gates to grab a valuable foreigners space that couldn't be pre-booked. Safely secured we excitedly passed through the gates of the National Park trying get to remember when it was last an asset not to ...
... We went into Kiama to buy some things and were really taken by the attractiveness of this place. Mary said 'Our early pioneers must have thought they had found paradise’ when they arrived here. We visited the blow hole which was quite tame today because the sea was calm. When the swell is big it quite a sight to see.
This afternoon we are playing golf at Gerringong which is about 15 mins south of kiama. ...
... Wed. is the first available booking. Visited my big bro' Mal for a while then back to Scott's for a relax.
Will be in NOWRA 'til next Mon as Casey's birthday is on Sunday.
Thurs. 17th. Jan.
Had car checked by Hyundai Nowra yesterday. Everey thing O.K. except for a loose connection from the heat sensor to earth. Problem solved. $110 for 1 hours labour, but worth it just for peace of mind..
... lunch. We briefly considered trying Hungry Jack’s, a fast food burger place that seems to be authentically Aussie, but then decided to save the experience for a day when our stomachs could handle a bit more grease. We drove through winding roads in the rainforest, checking out all the different flora and fauna this new continent has to offer. Just listening to birds chirping is completely brand new experience to us, because all the crows, ducks and ...
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