Terralong Terrace Apartments
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... first stage of our drive. We left the city successfully using the A1 which then went straight into the scenic coast road, Pacific Highway.
We stopped at a town called Shell Harbour and went into the tourist information for some extra maps ( unfortunately no AA ones in Austrailia!) the lady was very helpful and recommended a nice place for coffee but we had cold drinks as rather hot!! Alison had a banana milkshake which is becoming ...
... outside Sydney. We stopped at Fitzroy Falls that were beautiful and amongst the highest we have seen but no wi-fi at the information centre so stopped at the fiMcDonald'salds to make arrangements for the night and following day. We decided to stay in Wollongong, about an hour south of Sydney for the evening and make new plans in the morning pending the outcome of the Sydney siege. Our South East road trip hadn’t ended as we ...
... we weren't in a hurry to get anywhere particular, I thought we might as well check it out. What a surprise!!! It turns out that we were about 1300 feet (400m) above sea level looking over sheer cliffs down to the cities & towns below. (Check the photos!) V: - Paul decided to pop in and say hello to the guys who fitted our turbo in the van on the way up, so we had to back track a few blocks to find them. Then we thought we would go and visit the ...
... before 1pm, and after selecting my camp site I was straight onto the beach. The day was pleasantly warm, the sun nearly hot, the breeze only slight.
I lay, dozed, turned, dozed some more then decided it was time for a swim. The waves were virtually none existent, but the water temperature beautiful and I swam aways out and back floated peacefully for a bit.
After a bit more bobbing and diving I headed for shore and a walk along to the rocks where half a dozen ...
... point, but the waves weren't big enough to blow, however they did moan a bit. The visitor centre had a tea towel for me...yippee. On the way back to the hotel we saw some Australian magpies. They sang beautifully until I tried to record them...silence.
The weather is hot and humid. John and I plan to have showers, beers and get this blog uploaded.
Off to Canberra tomorrow, over the mountains. Wowsers we're having a super time. Xx