Bannisters Point Lodge
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Canberra to Sydney via Hungry Jacks (burger king) and Rick Steins restaurant, Bannisters.
An incredible day - we left Canberra at 8am in 7 degrees, really cold. Found our way out of Canberra very easily, and stopped for breakfast - and the free high speed wifi at the equivalent of Burger King once we were on the right road. A lovely drive …
We left Canberra and travelled down the Kings Highway towards Ulladulla. It was really windy and beautiful views of the forrest with tall timbers.
We got to Long Beach/Batemans Bay and Mia ate some sand! She loved it. She was sitting on the beach all by herself. Then she found some kangaroo poo and ...
... a man made salt water pool for those that can brave the cold! We saw a little purple sea urchin on the rocks which was cool. We hoped back in the car, and veered off the main road to have a look at Dolphin Point which was absolutely stunning. The ocean was the most rich blue colour and there were long flat rocks which were worn smooth by the sea. There were some crazy surfers out there too, who would have had to be suicidal to go in that water! We arrived at Batemans Bay and ...
... dinner, and maybe after too for the sunset (as we won't be cooking in the dark again, if we can help it). Maybe we'll see our whale friend again, taking his bath.
Shortish drive to Canberra tomorrow. I found a campsite (not free like this one) that has laundry and showers! Yay! Then we'll spend the whole next day seeing the capitol and all it has to offer (please let the museums be free like our US capitol!) before moving on to the next ...
... the heart of Sydney while she travels Europe for a few weeks. We had an awesome catch up with Nat for a drink at the yacht club then a scenic LONG stroll to a delicious Japanese restaurant, then through the heart of Kings Cross, on foot, before arriving home exhausted and so ready for bed. DEPOSIT # 4. Huge day, hence the huge entry, hence the delay in writing it. Good times ahead and some chilling out required. Are you exhausted from reading this, I am!!! Tally ho. ...