Terralong Terrace Apartments
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... down the beautiful creek that flowed through the middle of the caravan park. My remedial massage was painfully good. There are three local massage therapists in town who all use the specially built room on site and I think they would do a good trade. That's a win - win for a caravan park isn't it? Should be more of it... We visited the iconic Kiama Blowhole and marvelled at the power of the waves. We wondered what the local rock would be as it was ...
... beautiful - fabulous scenery!
On our last day with Jane and Jim, we drove south to Gerringong and then Gerroa. Both are coastal settlements, similar to Kiama but smaller. Again, the coastline was beautiful. Gerringong has one of the best surfing beaches on the south coast, called Werri beach. Gerroa is on the estuary of the Crooked River and boasts Seven Mile Beach, the starting point for Charles Kingston-Smith's first flight to New Zealand. ...
Laag day with Boss Raul, Boss Mitch, and Irene. Picked Irene up in Nowra, then drove to Gerroa - Gerringong, walked and jogged around close to the beach, got tired, ate lunch at the fisherman's club in Gerroa, then did bush walking near Jamberoo, stopped in Kiama to buy drinks and snacks, dropped Irene off in Nowra, then went and bought a bed frame and a matress in Forty Winks ...
... where we got to the lovely Bulli Beach Tourist Park by about 7. Tent was soon up and dinner concocted from meagre provisions (did I mention we'd run out of food? Yes, shopping somehow fell by the wayside today). All in all, pretty perfect, as this was roughly where we'd intended to be at the end of the day. And hey, no rain, things are looking up!
Distance travelled today: 323 km
Total distance travelled: 11444 ...
... from the local Thai restaurant.
So here I am sat, having devoured my meal, happy that I've heard that Jack is safely home from Vietnam and bought me presents! And that Haz had Martha had a busy but good day at the 'Pad'.
I'm ever so slightly tipsy - the cider is good - and am loving looking at the stars and listening to the surf. Shortly I will make a cup of tea, eat some chocolate and then crawl into the cozy swag that Sam so generously lent me.
Day one has been ...