Mercure Resort Gerringong by the Sea
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... 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 ...
Hot day at the festival. Saw some great acts, including fred smith, pat drummond, martin Pearson. Danny & Kate did a lovely set, Danny sang his own song and made us cry. Pearl dress up party was great fun with everyone getting blamed up for the evening concert. Went up to the chapel to see Gina Williams & guy Ghouse, ( Lindsay played a few with them), absolutely magical ...
... by supermarket bags, we ended up eating the food we had bought to eat tomorrow ! Lovely Lesa did make us a couple of cups of coffee and I did manage to fall asleep on the couch at one point, which Lesa couldn't believe, as they had trucks backing in and horns tooting! I must have been dreaming of that wonderful movie I saw last night!!!
P: Just inland behind where we are us a magnificent headland/mountain/escarpment. Check out the photo. If Adrian doesn't ...
... sign there. I had gone for a rest at Gerringong surf club, where I had asked a couple about campsites nearby, no sign of the bag there. Fearing the worst, Lewis, the son, offered to take me to Kiama! Which is a further 7km. Although he was in shock that I had biked all this way, up all these hills, the landscape here is almost exactly like the Lake District, hills and valleys everywhere, never flat for more than 100m. Once in Kiama, we tried everywhere I had been, just as we were ...