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On Sunday we left South West Rocks and drove through to Tanilba Bay (just north of Newcastle) where we stopped with friends Helen and Barry. Just as we finished setting the van up in their front yard torrential fell. We were lucky that we had not arrived five minutes later. On Monday we toured into and around Newcastle. It has changed a lot since we were last there and there is some great rugged scenery around ...
... scared the **** out of me, next was the possums in the washroom running around the roof as I showered. I was so over it and it was only 7am by this point. I have realized I am not made to be a bush girl, well I think I wouldn’t mind it if we were prepared ahead of time that way I could have at least brought a flashlight, ear plugs and sweaters. The Sand dunes were incredible, super fun, and pushed my fear of heights. They were extremely high and went straight ...
Very strong winds through most of the night, but thankfully they have calmed down by morning. Steve was up very early this morning, finishing off his power point presentation to be seen today at his course. A quiet morning for me, reading, catching up on emails etc. in the afternoon I take a walk along Stockton sea wall, watching the fishermen and also the very ...
... with aluminum foil. Depending on the oven depends on how long you cook it for this one took about 2 hours. You check this one the same way you check roast chicken, you can imagine the big that takes the longest time to cook is the centre bit of pork before the stuffing. Check the pork every half hour and make sure there is still plenty of stock otherwise add a bit more and also baste it whenever you check it. When ready rest it for about 25 minutes, carve up and serve.
... day’s travel so they both declined. We headed out just after 9PM. Dalby Street was about 25min walk, which was alright because the weather was warm, and we didn’t feel unsafe walking there at night. There were quite a few bars and everywhere seemed pretty busy. We ended up at the 5 Sawyers and ordered our beers. Half an hr later we were told that they would be closing soon and we looked at the time and it was only 10PM. Both me and Ada were quite surprised and ...