Mercure Resort Gerringong by the Sea
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
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... which was very eye catching. But the sad thing was that it was very windy which made sand go into our eyes. It was as windy as rustling doors.
Lastly the one thing I took from this experience was being able to hang out with my mum and boyfriend, but also being able to have a really good time doing something we all enjoy. Also being able to see all the natural things that aren't man made in the area and be able to breath in fresh ...
... and find myself a new job….and a new home! Yikes!
My niece Seana joined us in Sydney, in late January for a vacation. We had such an awesome time with her cuddling Koalas in Cairns, white water rafting in Mission Beach and snorkelling
along the Great Barrier Reef in Port Douglas. But alas, she decided to part from us and spend time with her own kind (i.e. age group) at a hostel in Sydney, while ...
... of my own immediate world. So I read travel books to compensate. Paul Theroux's travel writing was my favourite. It is sublime. My second Paul Theroux book was The Old Patagonia Express, the story of his overland journey from North America to Argentinian Patagonia by train. The journey ends on the empty Patagonian steppe. The isolation, the sense of space, is palpable. In Patagonia ...
... and were just about on top of the blow hole. Clint said you could feel the vibration of the pressure underneath them-nice! We spotted a Humpback whale about 50m from the cliff! It was almost waving to us with its huge tail slapping on the water and massive body surfacing every few minutes. They are such huge majestic creatures-really amazing to see so close. We will upload pics from our Nikon camera in next few days to ...
... including visiting the pretty impressive shrine of remembrance . We then met Lucy and Mark for lunch, it was the last time we would see them in Oz as they had booked themselves onto a Tasmania tour and our paths would not cross again, well not for a while atleast! That evening we met Martin for a few more drinks and shared some our experiences of the east coast, offering him some advice of the must see places when he eventually leave ...