Terralong Terrace Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Arrived at Kiama which is on the coast and has a blowhole, we did not see it explode but are assured it does! There is also a lighthouse situated near the blowhole which when we saw it had rather a lot of motorbikes around it!
Our apartment was situated one end of the town where a craft market was going on so all very busy and that was before the coach load of Chinese arrived! The apartment was lovely shame we ...
... Nan Tien, which required us to once again go through roads we had gone over previously. We had lunch in the Temple carpark, as it was now after 1.00, then went for a walk through the grounds before mounting the 39 steps to the Pagoda. The gardens were covered in azaleas and little Buddhas! They were all through the grounds, and all in different poses. Very cute little tubby men everywhere you looked! There were some rooms inside the Temple where you were ...
... only take a couple of hours and we could catch the bus back to the factory. So by 9am we are entering shops that had just opened and they were quite chuffed to have customers arrive so early! I bought a few things (it's my duty to help the economy, I keep telling Paul!!) and by 11.30 we hop on a bus back to the workshop, thinking everything will be all ready to get going.
We then sat in the workshop reception area until about 3pm, as our van still hadn't ...
There were great views to land and ocean on our trip to Kiama. We had pies at the bakery in Cobargo for lunch. Loads of climbing with views of grassy hills and rocky outcrops. North of Narooma as part of the Eurobodalla National Park there is a huge expanse of inland water. We arrived at Kendalls on the Beach at Kiama at 4:30.
The next morning we went swimming the water ...
... not quite sure how I managed to misplace, lose or have my bag stolen at any point, but it had been a difficult ride with a lot of hills, heat and discomfort. It is also worth mentioning that my backpack at that time had, my passport, ipad, clothes, phone charger and other miscellaneous items. So it's fair to say I was a bit panicked. I rushed to reception, not there I thought back to when I last definitely had it, and what I had done between then and now. I knew I had it and left with ...