Belle Maison Resort
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... our speed through the Natural Bridge loop.
Then the rain became more heavy ... until it actually became biblical. Which is when the hail started. (Really, I am not making this up!). Driving through a few flood plains (with vertical markers at the side of the road where creeks can and do occasionally flood roads -- showing depths of as much as three or four meters, above the road!), we had to laugh.
We did ...
... 55am and arrive back in the Gold Coast at 6:46am two days later, which leaves me the whole day to catch up with family and friends over breakfast and lunch, as well as unpacking in the afternoon.
I’ve been told the weather isn’t superb in West Germany during July but cloudy skies and rain never stopped kids from having fun so why should it stop me? If I had more flexibility in my yearly schedule I ...
... glad to see the car, although bending down to remove sodden shoes was quiet an achievement.
In summary we are pleased we did it, it was just as well the young girl talked us into going to the top, if we had gone to bottom of the chain and waited till it stopped raining I don't think we would have had the energy to complete it. I imagine the views would be awesome with no cloud but we are not about to repeat it any time soon.
... us out into the bright Aussie sunshine at the end. By this time it was 1pm and the sun had warmed the concrete pavement between the slides to a sizzling temperature that seared your soles and within 5 seconds of a wet foot hitting the surface the water had steamed away. Mark, in his flip flops, wondered why people were jogging between the slides but I quickly demonstrated exactly why and, with a few ouches and gasps of pain, I hopped and skipped between patches ...
... at coffee, I wouldn't buy land here without paying $1200 for a map of the 100 year flood prone areas. It is after all, dairy country. Tomorrow we are heading for Iluka about 2 hours south, that's if it isn't washed away by the perils outlined in tonight's severe flood warnings issued by the BOM for the Northern rivers. I was a bit comforted by the property owner here that it takes a fair bit of rain to flood where we have parked the big rig and he does have a ...