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Heading for Kununurra to visit Ben, Kelly, Oscar & our new Grand daughter.(due to arrive 3 March. Our first big adventure/trip, in our caravan. Pajero has been readied. Nev has been busy preparing for our epic journey to the far North West. The ...
... definitely got dark and scary at night. Our first meeting was about what to expect for the next few days while staying on the site. We went over our itinerary and how to spot dangerous snakes and spider. This is where it hit me that these things are within reach and I wasn’t having any of it.. freaking out internally a little as some might say. The rest of the night was left for us to relax and enjoy each other’s company. I ended up ordering the Red ...
On Thursday we spent the day in an around Salamander Bay and Soldiers Point (was nice to have a car free day). After a rainy start to the day the afternoon fined up and we walked down to the Bay for a bbq lunch, paddle and fish off the jetty. My children were born fishermen I think and are still optimistic about catching their first fish "next time".
After packing up and leaving Soldiers Point ...
... the end we were at, which we thought was great. We virtually had the amenities block to ourselves. We had some great walks and visited the towns of Woy Woy, Tuggerah, Norah Head, Camden Beach and The Entrance, which had a great market on Saturday. I was brave enough to go for a swim in the ocean on Sunday. I truly can't believe I did, as the water ...
... travelling less than 25kph. I was slowly getting fed up with having to wave back to these girls, but didn't want to appear rude by ignoring them. Their teachers couldn't have cared less that they were having fun with strange people in a Campervan from Tasmania as they chatted to each other up the front. Finally the bus turned off into their school ground, and I could lower my aching arms and promise myself that I would never engage in a waving competition with students in ...